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tonywalker23
Jul 10, 2006, 08:12 PM
Trying to sell everything i can (which has been obvious on the forum the past few days). Never sold ram individually i hope im asking a fair price.

I have 3 sticks of 256 MB PC100 Ram from Other World Computing.
I have 4 stick of 256 MB PC100 Ram from Kingston.

Asking $25 each.

punkmac
Jul 11, 2006, 07:05 PM
Trying to sell everything i can (which has been obvious on the forum the past few days). Never sold ram individually i hope im asking a fair price.

I have 3 sticks of 256 MB PC100 Ram from Other World Computing.
I have 4 stick of 256 MB PC100 Ram from Kingston.

Asking $25 each.


If these will fit in a 450 Mgz iMac I'd be interested in the near future.

steamboat26
Jul 11, 2006, 11:37 PM
I am interested, but given that i can get a 256 MB stick of RAM off OWC for $25, do you think you could lower your price?
I am also in the same boat as punkmac, if it works in an iMac G3, then i am interested.

tonywalker23
Jul 12, 2006, 09:48 PM
I am interested, but given that i can get a 256 MB stick of RAM off OWC for $25, do you think you could lower your price?
I am also in the same boat as punkmac, if it works in an iMac G3, then i am interested.

download mactracker and select the imac g3 you vae, there are several of them, then click memory and itll show you exacltey what kind of ram you need.

which imac g3 do you have?

SmurfBoxMasta
Jul 13, 2006, 04:02 AM
If these will fit in a 450 Mgz iMac I'd be interested in the near future.

THe only 450mhz iMac listed in Mactracker is the "Summer 2000" models, which do indeed take PC-100 SDRAM, 168pin, 3.3v, NON-ECC ram. So if thats what you have, these stick should fit notta problemo :D

And BTW, yes $25 is a bit steep for used 256mb's. But if tony has new ones, that price is accurate. I bought several used 512's recently for only $35 each......

ravenvii
Jul 13, 2006, 12:07 PM
I am also interested in those sticks, for my FrankenPC :)

But only if you will drop the price some.

steamboat26
Jul 13, 2006, 12:44 PM
download mactracker and select the imac g3 you vae, there are several of them, then click memory and itll show you exacltey what kind of ram you need.

which imac g3 do you have?

Its in my signature, i have a Summer 2001 iMac G3 500 Mhz.

tonywalker23
Jul 13, 2006, 05:31 PM
price change to $20 + $1 to cover paypal so $21 and i pay shipping for you

tonywalker23
Jul 14, 2006, 03:59 PM
based on this, im 99% sure they would work in a imac summer 2001:

ReanimationLP
Jul 15, 2006, 01:27 AM
The Kingston DIMMs have a lifetime warranty on them.

So no worries there.

He bought these from me.