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oempcworld ram???


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Found this on the web, its an incredible price for 1gb of ram. http://www.oempcworld.com/Merchant2/...&AttributeCode[1]=Computer&AttributeValue[1]=iBook+G4+1%2E33GHz+14%22+%28M9628LL%2FA%29

Anyone try any products from this place? Ram is ram no matter where you get it, right? This is over a $100 difference from crucials ram.
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I would checkout newegg.com, I haven't heard of oempcworld.com before. newegg has a 1gb SO-DIMM stick of PC2100 for $186.50.
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Looks good, but how do i know which one will fit my ibook? I dont know my *** from my elbow when it comes to memory. Crucial had the guide to find you the right ram, how do I know which ram will fit my ibook?
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Found this on newegg, anyone know if this is the right ram for a ibook 1.33 g4

KINGMAX 200-Pin 1GB DDR SODIMM PC-2700, Model MSAD42D-KI
Item# N82E16820155111

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Should do. You could always e-mail them or something to ask.
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Just check the detailed specs in crucials ram finder and then compare it with the specs you find on the other websites.

And make sure they have a good return/exchange policy if it turns out to be the wrong type.
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