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1 gig memory for 15" powerbook good price?


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http://www.18004memory.com/cart/addc...2&itemTYPE=cat

1GB DDR 333 PC2700 SO-DIMM MODULE FOR APPLE POWERBOOK G4
THIS IS A 1GB DDR 333 PC2700 CL2.5 200 PIN SO DIMM THAT FOR A POWERBOOK AUMINUM 12, 15 AND 17 INCH WITH A LIFETIME WARRANTY

price is $219
is this a good company has anyone bought from them and will it work for my
1.33 powerbook 15 combo drive new?

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Ive never heard of that site, so be careful, but that looks like a good price, though it says $259. itll work. theres no brand, I ususally stick with owc or crucial for ram purchases, theyre trusted and sell good brands of ram like kingston.
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its says $219 on my page, crucial is $494 which is way too much for my budget.
maybe someone who's bought from them will see this post, but thanks for the reply
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its says $219 on my page, crucial is $494 which is way too much for my budget.
maybe someone who's bought from them will see this post, but thanks for the reply
just searching the site and others have bought 1 gig is it reliable and inexpensive?
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You can use Ram Seeker for price comparsion.

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Let us know if you are buying it through them, I'd like to upgrade my ram as well but not sure if my wallet can't take the hit just yet..

PowerBook G4. iLove it.
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Let us know if you are buying it through them, I'd like to upgrade my ram as well but not sure if my wallet can't take the hit just yet..
The memory works great no problems and had good shipping during these times. I read of another 1 gig for $159 and decent reviews from people that installed it. I am very happy so far with my memory, going from 256 to 1.256 does amazing things with photoshop cs and warcraft III. If I have problems I'll definitly give everyone a feedback. So far So good.
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Here's the link for that 1GB stick for $159.99USD. Many users have bought it and had no problems.

http://shop4.outpost.com/product/4158153
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