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FS:FT PC4200 Desktop (G5) Ram 2GB (2 x 1GB)

Feb 16, 2006
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Macbook Air, 20" iMac 2.17 Ghz 1GB
I have 2 sticks of PC4200 1GB DDR2 desktop ram - Hynix brand - that came from a Dell desktop that I ended up parting out. Ram works fine and I will sell the pair (total of 2GB) for $100, or I would trade for a single PC3200/PC2700 DDR 1GB stick for my Mac Mini. I want to upgrade my G4 Mini at work to the 1GB max, but this PC4200 is not compatible with the G4 Mini so it is doing me no good. PC4200 DDR2 is for G5 based desktop Macs I believe, maybe others. Lots of PC's used it as well. If anyone is interested in a buy or trade, email me or reply to this message. Otherwise I'll put it on ebay in a few days. Thanks.
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