Closed For Sale: Apple eMac 1.42GHz Memory 1GB (2 x 512 MB)

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Dec 29, 2008
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I have recently upgraded the memory in my eMac to 2GB and now have 1GB (2 x 512 MB) to sell.

I would prefer to post within the UK. Prices include UK p&p, however if sent outside UK then p&p costs will be added. All items will be carefully packaged in anti-static bags and sent by recorded delivery.

Payment accepted through PayPal as long as you pay the fees or send the payment as a personal gift.

The two memory modules are:

1 x 512MB, 184-pin DIMM, DDR PC-3200 (commonly referred to as DDR-400) +2.5V, Unbuffered/Unregistered - originally supplied by Apple with the eMac.

1 x 512MB, 184-pin DIMM, DDR PC-2700 (commonly referred to as DDR-333) +2.5V, Unbuffered/Unregistered - bought from Crucial memory.

From the Apple documentation, for the eMac 1.42GHz model you can use either DDR-333 or DDR-400 as expansion memory. If you use a DDR-400 DIMM, however, it will operate at the same speed as DDR-333 memory. There is no performance benefit in using DDR-400.

For the 1GB memory (2 x 512 MB) I am asking for £20 GBP.

They are in excellent working condition (see images below) and have been tested on an Apple eMac 1.42GHz.

Thanks for looking, if there are any questions just ask and I'll do my best to answer.




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