9100 Memory upgrade

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  1. smallapple

    smallapple Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hi,

    I ordered 9100 with 256MB memory. Can anyone offer some good site that can offer good deal of the memory upgrade?

    Thanks!

    P.S.

    I checked crucial.com and their prices are high.

    1GB — CT363126 DDR PC3200 CL=3 NON-ECC US $499.99 (each)
    512MB — CT363127 DDR PC3200 CL=3 NON-ECC US $139.99 (each)
    256MB — CT363125 DDR PC3200 CL=3 NON-ECC US $69.99 (each)
     
  2. Brian

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    I recommend Crucial. I actually don't think their prices are high, given their quality and support.

    Editor in Chief http://www.bargainPDA.com and http://www.SPOTstop.com
     
  3. Gigabyte

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    Just ordered two 512's from these folks. Great price and they shipped same day 2ed day air for $10.

    http://www.memorysuppliers.com/ki51pc40200p.html
     
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    <blockquote id='quote'>quote:<hr height='1' noshade id='quote'>Originally posted by Brian

     
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  5. smallapple

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    What about Kingston. I had good experience with Kingston. They have life time warrenty. Their 512MB PC3200 DDR400 memory is only around $98. It's not a "Few" bucks difference compare with $139.99 of Crucial.

    Gigabyte, are you happy with the KingMax chips?
     
  6. Brian

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    Kingston is pretty solid in most cases. I've used them in desktops without issue.

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    smallapple,

    Kingston is solid.

    I've also used Kingmax in my Inspiron 5150, and it worked great. Kingmax is a fast growing memory company and is fairly good quality.

    Newegg.com often has good prices on Notebook memory as well.
     
  8. smallapple

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    Does Kingmax provide life time warranty?

    I am not familiar with spec of memory. Can anyone tell me what kind of memory I should should for 9100?
     
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    Yes, Kingmax offers lifetime warranty.

    You are going to want 400MHz DDR Dual Channel memory.
     
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    On Kingston web site, if I search for memory based on laptop's brand and model, the site will give KTD-INSP9100/512, which is $193 per piece.

    On their promotion area, I see another model
    KVR400/512R (Specs)
    512MB 400MHz DDR (PC3200) DIMM CL3 $79.99 after $15 rebate.

    I am confuse here. Do I have to use KTD-INSP9100/512? Can I use the cheap one? Can anyone advise?

     
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