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Cheapest place to buy RAM for PB Ti 1ghz?


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I have the last 15in Ti PowerBook with 512mb SD-RAM, I'm thinking of buying a 512mb stick (I ordered it with 2x256mb, bad decision.).

NewEgg.com has some Kingmax 512mb for $97 atm. Every where else seems to be over $100.. Any ideas?
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You can look at ram seeker. To locate a price. Just be sure to buy from a good company.

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Hmm, looks like 512mb will cost me around $100 no matter wher I go.

http://www.newegg.com/app/ViewProduc...155-103&depa=3 Would this RAM work for my PB? I've heard PB's could be a bit finicky with RAm, so I'm just kind of curious.
I've had Kingmax in my desktop before, and it was awsome RAM, so, I'm thinkin it will be alright.
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Use the crucial web site to find which memory chip you need. Also crucial is a very good brand.

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True, and besides, what's a fiew extra $'s gonna be when I will be guaranteed it will will work right?
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