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fompsweeva
7th April 2005, 05:37 AM
Hey,

I'm looking at getting a gig of ram in my new powerbook 12" 1.33. I'm just wondering if anyone knows a good place to get it for a reasonable price?

Thanks
-Mike

Fear
7th April 2005, 05:46 AM
Try Razor Prices (http://www.razorprices.com) they have a nice search function that scouts out most pc retailers with cheapest price.

Also another one i found recenctly is Ausprices (http://www.ausprices.com.au) :D

neilrobinson
7th April 2005, 08:01 AM
epowermac.com.au is good and usually quite cheap :thumbup: otherwise you good sized local computer shop should have some in stock - depending on brand etc it can expensive. have a call around.

1 Gig chips are still very expensive, they are much more than 512's :angry: , it might be worth investing in only 1x512.

neil

spargo
7th April 2005, 11:41 AM
Originally posted by neilrobinson@Apr 7 2005, 08:01 AM
epowermac.com.au is good and usually quite cheap :thumbup:
I'll give TWO thumbs up to site supporters epowermac (http://www.epowermac.com.au).. I just purchased a 1 Gig stick for my 15" PowerBook (taking it up to 1.5 Gig) from them, and it arrived promptly and worked a treat..

Others on this site have brought from them and have had similar happiness - check their prices, but i was told that they were the best for Apple laptop RAM


here's the promised two thumbs up: :thumbup: :thumbup:

zerogeewhiz
7th April 2005, 12:15 PM
<geeky smartypants comment>

Good *and* cheap?

</geeky smartypants comment>

Kildare
7th April 2005, 12:28 PM
Mid City Computer have fairly cheap IBM / Kingston RAM.
I picked up 256MB PC2700 for &#036;75

MSY have the same for &#036;65 but I&#39;m not sure of the brand.
512MB for &#036;135. (www.msy.com.au)