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FS : LAPTOP 1gb DDR2 £15.00

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8y, 4m agoPosted 8 years, 4 months agoFeedback:6 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
upgraded my laptop hence this is now redundant

DDR2 533(4) 1GX16

there are a lot of other numbers on it... if they make sense to you ask and I will post them...

price incl delivery
posted a price to meet forum rules please make an offer!

thanks

M2OEL2G3I4436I1B5Z
S/N 639TR (ELOKD1A1633Z)
SY6421001614
P/N 18 080007 BO

1160J1013978
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8y, 4m agoPosted 8 years, 4 months agoFeedback:6 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
Id add to title its laptop ram that way you will get more interest.
#2
the other numbers would definitly be helpful to
#3
thanks for the feedback!
edited title and added numbers :thumbsup:

M2OEL2G3I4436I1B5Z
S/N 639TR (ELOKD1A1633Z)
SY6421001614
P/N 18 080007 BO

1160J1013978
#4
Bikebarbie
thanks for the feedback!
edited title and added numbers :thumbsup:

M2OEL2G3I4436I1B5Z
S/N 639TR (ELOKD1A1633Z)
SY6421001614
P/N 18 080007 BO

1160J1013978


Sorry, but none of those codes are bringing anything up on Google, could you tell me what laptop this came from please? Also, is it a single 1GB Laptop RAM stick or is it 2 x 512MB sticks?

Cheers. :thumbsup:
#5
Just really need to know what the make of the ram is, how many pins, what type i.e. pc2700? 333MHz etc
#6
it comes from a Philips x56 laptop
the brand on it says A Data Memory Expert
it's a single 1GB ram

i will post a pic later if it helps
#7
Bikebarbie
it comes from a Philips x56 laptop
the brand on it says A Data Memory Expert
it's a single 1GB ram

i will post a pic later if it helps


Yes please, was it taken out using anti-static precautions? Also, has it been stored in an anti-static bag since removal? Cheers.

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