1GB Kingston memory = $20 (fwd)
henken at seas.upenn.edu
Wed Jul 18 22:28:13 EDT 2001
It is valid...I called, verified the price, and bought 10
On Wed, 18 Jul 2001, Velocet wrote:
> > > Dell is currently selling 1GB of PC100 ECC SDRAM for $20. Go to
> > >
> > > http://accessories.us.dell.com/sna/index.asp
> > >
> > > and search for "1GB 128X72"
> search results
> stty: stdin isn't a terminal
> Category: All Categories
> Keyword(s): 1GB 128X72
> Manufacturer(s): All Manufacturers
> For a side-by-side comparison, check up to four checkboxes on the same page and click 'Compare selected Item(s)'.
> <img> Filter or sort your results. (Items 1 - 3 of 3) 1
> Product Price Compare Stock
> <img> DELL DIMM,1GB,133MHz,128X72,8K,168pin,REG $982.95
> <img> DELL DIMM,1GB,100MHz,128X72,8K,168pin,REG $1,447.95
> Temporarily out of stock
> <img> KINGSTON TECHNOLOGY 1GB PC133 128X72 ECC DIMM-CL3 REGISTERED
> 168 pin Registered Dimm, Sync DRAM $263.95
> (Items 1 - 3 of 3)
> $20 <<< $263.
> typo, since corrected? how many people actually managed to cash in on this?
> > > There's got to be some catch...
> "typo valid until corrected."
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