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Types of Ram for quicksilver G4


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I just bought a 733mhz Quicksilver G4 off Ebay, it only has the standard 128mb of Ram, so I'll be ungrading it with at least another 512mb. I know the mac in question needs PC133 SDRAM (3.3v)168-pin RAM but are there different kinds? There seems to be a lot on Ebay that seem to fit that spec but the listing says its not mac compatable? What exactly do I need to look for to ensure it is compatable with my G4?
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Not sure why some places on eBay would say that they don't work on Macs but if they say it I would listen just for precaution.

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you can have 3 sticks of 512 in that computer

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