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2 512 sticks of viking sodimm 133 mhz notebook memory

by lilsly2004 / October 26, 2004 7:40 AM PDT

just what i said 2 512 sticks of Viking sodimm 133mhz sodimm notebook memory, was given to me for bday by brother who said it would work with my laptop and it doesnt.. need to sale to get some that will work.. or trade for some for a dell 600m 1.6 ghz pentium m
make offer... will sell individually or together.. <---- url to the memory..

is this the right forum to post this in, sorry i didnt see a for sale section...
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$125 per stick sounds fair to me.. if you dont think it is, email me we can work something out..

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Re: 2 512 sticks of viking sodimm 133 mhz notebook memory
by KenSanramon / October 26, 2004 8:56 AM PDT

You likely need PC2700 notebook RAM or PC2100 notebook RAM ...

Fry's Electronics has a 1 day sale on 512mb PC2100 RAM today for only 69.99 -- good luck selling your older 133mhz memory for those prices (especially without the manufacturer's lifetime warranty).

I got Kingston PC2700 512mb notebook memory for my Compaq X1000 series about 2 months ago also on sale at Fry's Electronics for 69.99 also (after rebate).

Circuit City has Centon notebook memory PC2700 512mb on sale this week for 89.99 after rebates.

You can check on the exact notebook memory type you need by entering your notebook model at

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Re: 2 512 sticks of viking sodimm 133 mhz notebook memory
by KenSanramon / October 26, 2004 9:09 AM PDT

That link you have shows that Tiger direct is charging an even higher price for that older non-ddr type of memory (I had PC100 memory in my Windows 3.1 desktop 10 years ago) as it is not sold in any current notebooks I am aware of.

The problem is that many notebooks made at that time did not even have a RAM capacity higher than 256mb.

At any rate perhaps someone out there needs it.

You should not have to pay more than $110 or even under $100 as I have mentioned above for the current PC2700 (333mhz) or PC2100 notebook RAM used in most notebooks selling in the recent past.

And, no this is not the product sales forum area.

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