I recently decided to take advantage of bargain-basement RAM prices by ordering some 256MB PC133 DIMMs from the absolutely frickin' cheapest place I could. I succeeded in doing so, and I think I got what I paid for.
But the thing is, I don't know what I've got.
I know it's some really weird DIMMs. And although one of them was bad, the other two seem to work reasonably well. But.. well, they're huge.
And they light up.
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