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1 gb of apple ram

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I recently bought 2 gigs of apple ram that was on sale at the local bestbuy. Well i removed the original in my macbook 2 512 mb, since i have no use for them i was thinking of selling them? What would be the return? I did some searching on ebay and prices were around 9- 15 dollars with shipping included. Would this be a good price? Anyone have experiences selling them?
 
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I just sold the RAM out of my MacBook for $16 .

Not bad considering:

Macbook Pro: Installed 4GB, removed 2GB ($80 - $40 rebate) = $40
Macbook: Installed 2GB from Macbook Pro, removed 1GB = free
Sold 1GB RAM for $16 ($40 - $16) = $24 total cost to double machine's RAM

:D

So umm, yeah. That sounds about right!
 
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I just sold the RAM out of my MacBook for $16 .

Not bad considering:

Macbook Pro: Installed 4GB, removed 2GB ($80 - $40 rebate) = $40
Macbook: Installed 2GB from Macbook Pro, removed 1GB = free
Sold 1GB RAM for $16 ($40 - $16) = $24 total cost to double machine's RAM

:D

So umm, yeah. That sounds about right!

Alright! :D yea sounds good. If you don't mind me asking where did you sell it? Personally? Ebay? etc..
 

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