Whether you need to sell pallets of ECC server memory or just a few modules of DDR3 or DDR4, Exit is the natural choice. Get top dollar and free shipping when you sell used memory to us. No eBay fees or buyer headaches, just a quick cash offer and easy selling process.Learn More
Sell Memory: Simple, Secure, & Valuable!
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Why Should You Choose ExIT Technologies to Sell Your Memory?
With over 30 years leading in the way of IT Asset disposition, our process is simple, fast, and the most accurate valuation of your hardware.
Your Security Matters
We take the safety of your company serious. ExIT Technologies is fully HIPAA compliant with R2 and ISO certifications. We securely acquire, transport, and erase media bearing sensitive data. And in some cases, remote or onsite destruction may also be available. In situations where we can’t sell your equipment, we always dispose safely and ethically. Sell your ram to a company that values your data security.
Get Fast Memory Turnarounds
Whether your dealing with a six month decommission, or need to sell memory in bulk yesterday, when you sell your memory to ExIT, we work with your schedule. However quickly you may need it. Once you receive and accept your quote, we typically process new orders within 24 hours. Additionally, one of our project managers will communicate and guide you through our process every step of the way.
Industry Leading Memory Returns
We’ve had 30 years to not only understand the market value of your memory, but the right connections and vendors who would be interested in buying it. Through our dense remarketing network we’ll find value in memory that other companies simply can’t compete with. As specialists in selling memory, we’ll process your order and have the most money back in your pocket. Our customers typically receive up to 80% of the wholesale value.
About ExIT Technologies
We specialize in IT asset recovery and believe our customers should receive the maximum value for used servers, processors, memory, networking, and storage assets. But getting rid of any old IT Equipment can be a challenge. With 30 years of experience in the IT Asset Disposition industry, Exit Technologies understands how to make the process simple for you while protecting your bottom line and maximizing your profit.
FAQs About Memory
How to sell your used RAM?
The best way to sell your used RAM will largely depend on what quantity you're trying to sell. For bulk quantities, an IT asset disposition company like us will be your best bet.
If you have large quantities of RAM to sell, contact us or fill out a form below to get a quick cash offer.
For consumer quantities, eBay and reddit.com/r/hardwareswap are good options. Check sold listings on eBay to get a good idea for what your memory is going for. Make sure you ship the memory in tightly sealed memory trays and pack the boxes snugly. We've written a handy best place to sell RAM guide to help with this.
What’s your [Exit Technologies] purchasing minimum for used IT?
About $1,000 worth or any combination of used IT including used ram, used hard drives HHDs, used SSDs, used processors or CPUs, used memory or ram, used servers, used computers, used networking, or similar used IT equipment you have to liquidate.
If you're not sure if what you have qualifies, just contact us below to let us know what you have and we'll be glad to help out!
What is DDR3 VS DDR4 RAM?
DDR3 is the past generation of RAM, with DDR4 being the most recent. DDR4 reaches faster clock speeds, is more expensive, operates at lower voltages, has higher latency, and 288 pins to the 240 pins of DDR4.
How can I protect my IT equipment in transit?
Standard packing materials is simply not sufficient to protect your IT assets during the shipping process. We are happy to provide shipping materials for your IT assets and shipping insurance free of charge.
A good rule of thumb is to leave no wiggle room for any parts whatsoever. CPU and RAM trays should be taped together, servers should be packed in form fitting polyurethane foam, and GPUs should have custom foam boxes. For more information consult our IT packing instructions page.
Where to sell used IT equipment
Where to sell used IT equipment really depends on exactly how much IT equipment and what type of IT equipment.
When dealing with very small quantities of consumer items like single hard drives, 1 or 2 sticks of ram, used laptop, etc. then direct selling on sites like eBay, Reddit hardware swap, or Facebook marketplace will likely be your best option.
If you're selling enterprise-grade IT equipment or large quantities of consumer product, you probably want to source an IT Asset Disposition company like us. Just fill out our get an offer form below with exactly how much of what you have, and we'll be in touch asap to give you a fair market cash price for your equipment.
If you'd like to learn more, check out this how-to guide on best places to sell used IT equipment here.
What determines the value of my memory?
When you sell memory inventory to us, the value of your hardware is determined by the following factors:
- Density (space in GB)
- DDR3/DDR4 Speed.
What Kinds of Memory Do You Buy?
By brand, we buy Samsung, SK hynix, Micron, Dell, Corsair, Kingston, Samsung, G.Skill, and others not listed.
We buy memory made for Cisco, Dell, Fujitsu, HPE, IBM, Lenovo, Supermicro, Quanta, and other systems
We buy All DIMM types: LRDIMM, RDIMM, SODIMM, and UDIMM
We buy DDR4-3200, DDR4-2933, DDR4-2666, DDR4-2400, DDR4-2133, DDR3-1866, DDR3-1600, DDR3-1333, and DDR3-1066
By Capacity, we buy 128GB, 64GB, 32GB, 16GB, 12GB, and 8GB DDR3 and DDR4, though only in bulk
How can I figure out what memory I’ve got?
For windows systems, just right click the windows icon in the bottom left and then task manager. Click "more details", then the "performance" tab, and then "memory." You should see the speed, form factor, and types of memory you've got.
With servers, you can always simply pull the memory and then look at the model number labeled on the module.
If there is no label, you can use control panel --> system and security --> "view amount of RAM and processor speed" within Windows Server 2016 (should work on 2012 as well) to find the specs on the live system.
We can also just help you determine your hardware's specs if you send us some pictures.