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The Most Common New Years Resolution for Businesses

By BuySellRam / January 1, 2021 /

The Most Common New Years Resolution for Businesses Happy New Year! Finally, we can put 2020 behind us and look forward to all the great things that lie await in 2021. Here at BSR, the business resolution we’re hearing most often (ourselves included) usually starts with people asking How Can I Take My Business To…

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Happy New Year from BSR

By BuySellRam / December 31, 2020 /

As we wind down the most challenging year of our lifetime, we wanted to wish all our customers- past and future- a Happy and Healthy New Year! Best regards, Your BSR Team

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Happy Holidays from BuySellRam

By BuySellRam / December 21, 2020 /

Gearing up for the Holidays? Can’t wait to see what Santa leaves for you this year? BuySellRam has a gift for you as well- a check for your new and used computer equipment! Now’s the best time for it- especially if you have some time between the Holidays to: • Take stock of your excess…

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What type of RAM/memory can I sell?

By BuySellRam / December 18, 2020 /

So your business has stacks of computer RAM lying around- and its up to you to sell it. You may be asking: • What type of RAM/memory do I have? • What type of RAM can I sell? • How can I sell it safely and securely? BuySellRam.com is here to help answer these questions…

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How (and Where) to Sell Your Old CPU and Processors

By BuySellRam / December 16, 2020 /

As we head into the New Year, folks often tend to get a head start on spring cleaning- and one of the first items to go are used computer parts and accessories. Whether it be a CPU, processor, or any other component- it lying around collecting dust isn’t helping you any. And instead of junking…

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5 Reasons Why Now Is The Best Time To Sell Your Computer Parts

By BuySellRam / December 10, 2020 /

Why is now the best time so sell your computer parts? What’s caused the price of used computer components to skyrocket? BuySellRam.com takes a deeper dive: 1.) Factory shutdowns in Asia have caused computer parts to be harder to find, and their prices to rise Computers are complex machines- they usually require parts made and…

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