As far as i remember crucial.com charges 100$ for one 512mb module. So i would say around 40-60$ for the two of them, depending on brand (i might be a bit off, as i don't know much about prices in the US).
A second oppinion would be nice.
Post edited by: griffer, at: 2005/06/11 16:44
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I ended up getting 2 sticks of 512 mb PC 100 RAM for $81 with shipping. I guess it was a good deal- on pricewatch the absolute cheapest 512 stick of PC 100 was $43 with free shipping, so I saved $5 off the price of two of them, and as an added bonus, it's Kingston, which someone told me was a good brand.
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