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pc133 memory
ck1622_1 Jul-18-01 00:27 AM
I am looking to buy pc133 memory. I have an Abit kt7 with an AMD 1ghz processor. I read on,http://www.icentral.com/html/1stchoicememory/page760.html, that certain memory modules are not compatitable with my chip. Something about 4 layer and 6 layer construction, 6 layer being the one for the athalon. With tumbling memory prices is is ok to by the cheaper memory modules to use in my system. I was either looking at getting 256 or 512 not sure.

1. RE: pc133 memory
lbyard Jul-18-01 07:26 PM
In response to message 0
Buying "cheaper" memory is your perogative. I would buy branded memory from a reliable source with a good customer reputation. There are a few good onine vendors mentioned in this forum. Larry

2. RE: pc133 memory
deerslayer Jul-19-01 11:09 AM
In response to message 1
Got to agree there. I have tried generic memory, and it is well,,,,,, it generic. I have so much good ram laying around right now. Need to sell on ebay or simething.


Pentium 3 1000 @ 1195, Abit bx-133, 256 Mb Mushkin Rev.3 cas 2-2-2, Leadtek GeForce 3 Air Cooled.
AMD Thunderbird 1.33 @ 1.5 (24/7) IWILL KK266R , Corsairs pc 150 cl2, Leadtek GeForce 3


3. RE: pc133 memory
lbyard Jul-19-01 03:09 PM
In response to message 2
I would be leery of any memory sold on ebay (or at computer fairs, etc.) by anyone other than deerslayer. Larry

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