Mushkin has been dropping their prices steadily in accordance with others. The 128MB Mushkin High Perf REV2 PC133 222 is $139.
People seem to be buying the KINGMAX which is $90 from www.mwave.com. I honestly think that you will see prices dip even further and that mushkin will follow as KingMax competes directly with their PC-150.
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[This message has been edited by DoctorFoxx (edited 11-11-2000).]
Thanks for the link. It lead me to the $79 128mb stick of Mushkin w/Siemens Infineon. Since I'm running an overclocked Celeron, I can't really justify the extra for the PC150. My next board will take DDR so no point in spending the extra cash now.
Celeron 366@555 2.2v, Asus P3V4X, 128mb Crucial PC133
Matrox G400 32mb DH, Maxtor 10.2GB, WD 10.2 GB, HP 8200 CD-RW, SB Live X-Gamer, D-Link NIC
Duron 750@847, Asus A7V133, 256mb Crucial PC133 CAS2 at 150,
Matrox G400 32mb DH, Maxtor 10.2GB, Maxtor 15.2 GB, Plextor 8/4/32, Samsung 12x DVD, SB Live X-Gamer, D-Link NIC
Katana Man, those CAS/RAS/Latency settings are governed by your mobo. What the SDRAM is 'set at' by the factory has little to do with what the SDRAM can perform in real life. The Mushkin PC-150 SDRAM does 2-2-2 easily.
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