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Buying RAM

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by vookster82, Mar 15, 2004.

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  1. vookster82

    vookster82 Thread Starter

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    Does anyone have a good site, link etc for quality yet cheap RAM....i need a 15-20 pc100 128mb cards and i never realized how expensive old technology is still....what a rip off
     
  2. Rockn

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    The older it gets the harder it is to find...no one manufactures it any longer. Look on Ebay you can get it there a lot cheaper and if it goes bad no big deal.
     
  3. JSanguancheu

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    What kind do you need? 16x16, 16x8, or 16x4

    Go to www.crucial.com to find out what kind you need then go to www.pricewatch.com to shop.
    128mb pc100 starting from $17 each..
    Sample

    Notice the big red compatibility disclaimer. :)
     
  4. vookster82

    vookster82 Thread Starter

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    im not familiar with 16x16 16x8 and 16x4 what do u mean? ok, ill take a look at those site too....any other suggestions anyone?
     
  5. Triple6

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    I'll second visiting crucial.com Just punch in your computer model, or motherbaord model and it will tell you exactly what RAM you need. if you don't choose to buy there at least you'll get an idea of what to look for. PC100 is still readily available.
     
  6. vookster82

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    cool, sounds good
     
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