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Correct RAM for Emac?


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Hello, Im looking at buying the following ram for my brother's 30GB, 700mhz v2.1 eMac:

http://www.savastore.com/productinfo...id=44&rstrat=0

thinking of buying two lots of 256mb. or one lot of 512 if i can ever find one!

He has an eMac with 128mb SD RAM (1 slot free). It needs DIMM 3.3v, unbuffered, 64-bit wide, 168 pin, pc-133 type ram.

As far as i can tell, the ram at the link below could be correct but i dont want to go buying it if its wrong!

Can anybody confrim that the type above is right?
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Yes, that eMac will take PC-133 RAM.

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Yes, that eMac will take PC-133 RAM.
Excellent! Thanks for confirming it for me.
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I read the apple doc which states he needs

* DIMM
* 3.3V
* Unbuffered
* 64-bit wide, 168-pin module
* PC-133 compliant

Im thinking of buying two lots of this:

http://www.savastore.com/productinfo...id=44&rstrat=0

(Aries 256Mb 168pin 133MHz SDRAM DIMM RAM Memory)

However, it does not mention anything about voltage 64-bit or unbuffered!

What would happen if the voltage was incorrect or it wasnt 64 bit or it was buffered? Or is this unlikely in this type of ram?

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