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#233815 4-May-2018 09:58
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Hi All,


I've got an old PC for my young daughter, and its struggling with low memory performance.


Its getting hard to find DDR2 now, but I was hoping someone here might be nice enough to find some laying about in an old box etc.




We're after 4GB (2x2GB sticks) total but will happily take 1x2GB stick if you have one - let me know.


Speed doesn't matter but would prefer ddr2-667 / PC2-5300 or better


Unbuffered, Non-ECC, 240 pins (Desktop - not laptop memory, not server).




I'm looking to pay ~$10 per stick. We're in Tauranga, and can pay postage.


I can trade you for the existing 2x1GB memory modules if you're interested.





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  #2007687 4-May-2018 10:06
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Ive got a bag of DDR2 in the garage, can you PM me this evening to remind me, and Ill take a look. (If no PM, Ill forget :D)



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  #2007693 4-May-2018 10:12
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i could be backup, i think i have some in the storage, will check tonight when get home, send me a pm


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Master Geek

  #2007968 4-May-2018 16:52
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Got some I could also provide if necessary.

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Uber Geek

  #2008076 4-May-2018 19:13
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Thanks guys, I'm working my way down the list. Will let you know how it pans out.

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Master Geek

  #2008182 4-May-2018 21:41
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also got 2 x 2gb 800 mhz, you can have for free, just pm your address and I will post

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Uber Geek

  #2022510 25-May-2018 15:46
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Hi. Thanks for all your generous help & offers.




This project is all done now. Her computer is now working nicely with 4GB Ram.






Core 2 Duo e4700 2.6ghz @ 3.1ghz


Gigabyte Mainboard intel 945 matx (~15 year old chipset circa 2005)


4GB DDR2 @667mhz Ram


128GB Sata SSD


MSI Radeon HD 5830 1GB (over 8 year old graphics card)


Some Glossy black HP case.


She loves it to bits. Mainly uses Chrome to watch Youtube.

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