Pc-133-ram

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#1

Anyone no a good place to get 512mb of pc133 ram? I need it for a Dell 4300…


#2

#3

Why is pc133 ram so darn expensive???
Supply and demand??


#4

Exactly. They don’t make much of it anymore since the world has moved on. What they do make, they charge a premium for.

I have a 128MB stick of KByte PC133, though I honestly don’t know if it works. I also have three 128MB sticks of Crucial PC100 that were recently pulled from an old PIII system, so I know they’re good, if anyone’s interested :bigsmile:


#5

Ebay.


#6

Unless you can find some used or luck out on a good deal (someone closing it out or something), it might actually be worth considering a new motherboard that supports ddr (depending on what cpu you have of course).


#7

I got a Crucial PC133 512MB from buy.com for $78.99, just put in the “search” box 103271 and the memory will be displayed for you


#8

Yes, but the point here is that you can get 512 megs of PC3200 DDRAM, which is newer, better, faster, etc, for around $40, approximately half of what you are paying for older, slower memory.


#9

Fry’s Electronics has 512 megs of PC3200 DDRAM, Kingston Technology Brand on sale today for $34.99.


#10

yes but if the computer’s motherboard doesn’t accept PC3200 memory then it’s no point at all, the OP stated about PC133 memory not PC3200


#11

watch the sunday papers
try pricewatch.c*m