March 10th, 2000, 01:57 AM
Sorry, I know this is the wrong forum for it, but this is the only 1 I read regularly.
What are good prices on RAM these days? I saw (brand name not shown) 128mb 8ns PC100 sdram for $99. Is that good? I haven't seen any that cheap anywhere else, but I have a habit of looking in the wrong places.
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March 10th, 2000, 02:36 AM
There is cube RAM over here and that was £80 for the same so it should be about the same in $$$
March 10th, 2000, 10:15 AM
2 Weeks ago I bought at a local computer show, Micron PC100 128MB Cas 2 for $79.99... I went back to the show last week and it was like $90 for the same stick. What a difference a week makes. I check pricewatch, as of today they have that stick listed for $94.. It looks like the ram prices are slowly moving up again. Good thing I bought 4 sticks of those for $79 :-) hohohohoho
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March 10th, 2000, 01:54 PM
Yup, that's pretty good but spend a few more dollars just to get the speed up to 7.5 or 8.0ns RAM. Usually Corsair.
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March 10th, 2000, 02:30 PM
Ditto on what Toolbox said on the Corsiar.
On my new motherboard my Mushkin enhanced PC 133 was not stable. I ordered new Cas2 PC 133
ram from Corsair and its perfectly stable.
March 10th, 2000, 02:31 PM
Well, I have found that in the last week, RAM prices have dropped by about £15 for a 128MB PC100 RAM stick. You can get a stick of PC133 RAM for cheaper than I purchased by PC100 RAM two months ago. Damn it...
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March 10th, 2000, 06:29 PM
Rich, you got two motherboard unstable with the same brand of PC-133 memory? I remembered you just said you used crucial memory to replace the unstable memory from your new motherboard. You used corsair memory to replace the other one?
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