Subject: Re: Memory secrets for the Qube 2?
To: Christian von Kleist <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: lasse <email@example.com>
Date: 07/24/2003 09:48:47
Ahumm... i ripped memory form my really old p90 machine... works like a
don't by new stuff when you can use old discarded FREE modules...
i'm sure someone you know has them just lying around...
On Wed, 23 Jul 2003, Christian von Kleist wrote:
> Thanks for the info! My Qube 2 isn't even here yet, so I'm not in a
> rush to buy this stuff. I'll continue to look around and if I find a
> cheaper source I'll post it if that would be helpful.
> c v k @ z y b x . c o m
> <quote who="Kevin Lahey">
> > In message
> > <firstname.lastname@example.org>"Christian von
> > Kleist" writes
> >> Are there any secrets to purchasing memory for the Qube 2? I've
> >> read
> >>it takes 72-pin 3.3v EDO simms, but they seem hard to find at most
> >> memory manufacturers' websites. I found a 128MB stick for $60 at
> >> crucial.com and I'll probably end up buying that one, but I was
> > That sounds about right. I know this has been asked in the past, and it
> > really seems like you are stuck with just one or two vendors, who will
> > vastly overcharge you. C'est la vie.
> > Don't get me started on the power supply. :-)
> > Kevin
> > email@example.com
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