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Corsair memory HELP!


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Joeytpg
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guys i was looking at some corsair memory for my powerbook 1.33 15"

and i don't which one it uses.....is this the one for my powerbook?

Corsair 200Pin 512MB DDR SO-DIMM PC-2700 - OEM
(limit 10 per customer) *


- Specifications -

Manufacturer: Corsair
Speed: DDR333(PC2700)
Type: 200 Pin DDR SO-DIMM
Error Checking: Non-ECC
Registered/Unbuffered: Unbuffered
Cas Latency: 2.5
Support Voltage: 2.5V
Bandwidth: 2.7GB/s
Organization: 64M x 64 -Bit
Warranty: Lifetime
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TylerMoney
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that's what I'm using in my 1ghz powerbook...and it's great memory.
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MoltenLava
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Yeah, Corsair is a good brand. And newegg is a good place to buy memory.
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Joeytpg
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thanks guys......are those the correct specification for powerbook memory?....
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TylerMoney
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mines DDR 266, but I'm sure the newer powerbooks can do DDR333. And PC2700 is what I have, so that's right. It should be perfect.
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Cloudane
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Yes, 2700 is the one to go for. I'd be picking Crucial, as they have a very good reputation in the Apple forums etc, but Corsair are good too.
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TylerMoney
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Is crucial an actual memmory brand?...aren't they just a site set up to help find the best memmory at the best price for your computer?
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Cloudane
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You were right the first time: they make their own memory, as in it's a memory brand. They just happen to have an *excellent* online system for consumers to order from, rather than going through some overpriced third party.
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Joeytpg
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ok, thanks a lot for the feedback............the last question now........

can i get Corsair or Crucial at a Compusa?..not the online compusa store.......but the fisical store??.......

could you name any other computer stores that may have corsair/crucial for sale? (like i said NOT online)
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I bought my corsiar at Fry's electronics.
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