I pulled apart a plasma TV. Firstly, I want to ask if anybody has any ideas for the components inside. CPU's, a GPU and an RF tuner are what I had my eye on at first, but they all date to 2001. What could I do with them anyway? I've already listed the most valuable part, the power supply, on eBay. Anyway, what caught my eye were eight pretty little IC's that looked oh so familiar. Yes sir, SDRAM! I have a feeling that, as per the clock specs, they are PC-2700. 166mhz is what they are rated at. Can somebody check out this spec sheet and tell me if I'm looking at something that would be appropriate to solder onto a board and make some use of them as PC SDRAM? It looks like they're only 32bit wide, while PC-2700 is 64-bits wide. I don't know if they double that measure because it's double data rate or what, so that's mostly where I need help. 2M x 32 SDRAM 512K x 32bit x 4 Banks Synchronous DRAM LVTTL Click the PDF file. Thanks! Don't forget that I want to use the RF modulator and processors also!