Steven M. Castellotti on Tue, 9 Jan 2001 14:07:23 -0500

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Re: [PLUG] Source for memory

	I know the original poster was talking about a 266 Pentium II, so his
motherboard won't benefit from this, but lately I've found numerous
sources for 256MB PC133 simms, under $100, after shipping.

	I've ordered two so far from, and have been
pretty happy with the turnaround time (and $90 *after* two-day shipping
isn't too bad either!)

	The catch? You need a specific VIA chipset, in my case the one found in
my ASUS A7V (great board btw!).

Andrew White wrote:
> Locally, Kehtron has a few stores and sells memory at competitive
> prices.  I recently purchased a 128MB
> SDRAM 133Mhz 168-pin DIMM at Kehtron for $74.  Online, you can find
> these items for as low as $63 plus shipping -- but it's nice to
> support a local merchant, and there's nothing like instant gratification.
> -ANdrew

Steve Castellotti
Systems Programmer
School of Arts and Sciences, University of Pennsylvania

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