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Re: [linux-dell-laptops] generic vs. specific memory for I8K

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  • John Britton
    Personally I buy my memory from www.crucial.com/uk - if you use their memory selector they guaraantee success. I ve purchased from then a couple of times now
    Message 1 of 3 , Jan 2, 2003
      Personally I buy my memory from www.crucial.com/uk - if you use their memory
      selector they "guaraantee" success. I've purchased from then a couple of
      times now with no problems, John.


      On Tue December 31 2002 01:37, Jim Diamond wrote:
      > I'm planning to upgrade the memory in my I8K, and I'd like to get a 256 MB
      > module. As some of you know, Kingston makes a specific I8K module
      > (KTD-INSP8000/256), but some vendors claim other Kingston 256 MB modules
      > also work.
      >
      > Does anyone here know anything about this? The KTD-INSP8000/256 module is
      > a lot more expensive than the "generic" Kingston ones. Does anyone know
      > what the differences are? What is so weird about the I8K that Kingston
      > makes a specific module for it?
      >
      > Thanks.
      >
      > Jim
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