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Just goes to show you that the big chains are good for nothing. They just keep on ripping people off. I mean a 128 meg stick of pc100 ram is ON SALE for $49.99?
I can get a 256 meg stick of pc133 ram for less than that. Or i can get a 128 meg pc133 CAS2 ram for about $50.
 
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Where can you get 256megs for cheaper than $50? That's really good. Let me know I can always use more memory. We do a lot of video editing and you can have enough power for it.
 
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Well you can go here and get some for $38-44.
http://www.buyaib.com/pc133.html
or here:
http://www.computerbuys2000.com/256mbpc133.html
Now granted those sticks are not made by Mushkin or Crucial, but for the price you just cant beat that.
 
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Fred Meyers has 64 meg 72 pinn simms for about $65. I don't get it they should be giving them away by now.
 
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Er no. It's actually more expensive to make older memory. Remember being taught supply and demand in economics at school?
Good, neither do I. It means we're human
But seriously 64 megs of EDO ram is about 3 times as much as 128 megs of pc133.
 
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