Good deals on PC100/133 DIMMs?
teoz at neo.rr.com
Sun Aug 27 00:47:25 CDT 2006
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From: "Zane H. Healy" <healyzh at aracnet.com>
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Sent: Saturday, August 26, 2006 8:56 PM
Subject: Re: Good deals on PC100/133 DIMMs?
> At 6:24 PM -0400 8/26/06, Bill Pechter wrote:
> >Let me know if you ever find any. The 128's are almost throw-away at
> >point. I still see the 256's used in servers at work. They haven't
> >up at a cheap price.
> Keep in mind the ones in servers are likely to be Parity, which won't
> work very well in home computers. Well, unless you have the same
> idea of home computers as I do (DEC PWS or Compaq XP1000).
Don't forget some systems are very picky on chip density so just because it
uses PC100 for example it might not be able to use higher density chips. My
6BA Gigabyte motherboard is picky on chip density for PC100 SIMMs. I also
found that 512MB PC133 DIMMs don't like being mixed and matched with other
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