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Offline sam1275

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Re: Any alternatives to PC engines? (Solved)
« Reply #100 on: October 26, 2016, 12:17:59 pm »
I need a memory now.
DDR3L(1.35v) 1333(10600) 2GB SO-DIMM(204-pin laptop) Unbuffered ECC
1066 instead of 1333 is fine too, other must comply.
I cannot find any :scared:
Thank you.

Found an alternative.
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Offline elgonzo

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Re: Any alternatives to PC engines? (Solved)
« Reply #101 on: October 26, 2016, 03:20:05 pm »
Google... Amazon... Newegg... PCPartPicker...

Much luck hunting down those 2GB modules you want. Those are rather uncommon these days. Some dealers, among them Amazon (or Amazon marketplace dealers) should still have some, but chances are pretty good you pay as much money as for a 4GB module. Speaking about 4GB modules - these should (still) be rather easy to find...
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Re: Any alternatives to PC engines? (Solved)
« Reply #102 on: October 26, 2016, 04:11:50 pm »
Google... Amazon... Newegg... PCPartPicker...

Much luck hunting down those 2GB modules you want. Those are rather uncommon these days. Some dealers, among them Amazon (or Amazon marketplace dealers) should still have some, but chances are pretty good you pay as much money as for a 4GB module. Speaking about 4GB modules - these should (still) be rather easy to find...
Thank you, I found an alternative, they are really rare.
 


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