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    This one is same but USD 23 instead of 99.
    But you have to understand it's for sure ECC memory in both cases, so your chances are low :)

    P.S. IMHO, there is no sense to invest USD 99 into such an old system. Just IMHO.
     
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    Generally speaking yes. aside from "for fun" there are some cases in which can be easily justified. (though unusaly not on the consumer side)
     
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    Yup... and I can confirm that even low-density ECC will not work; I've tried on several. There were a very few rare MkIIIs that had 512K onboard; you could add 512K to get a Meg. w00h000!!!


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    I need solid-state memory...
     
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    you mean 512MB up to 1GB. Yeah i have seen that. They sell 2.5" IDE SSDs now.
     
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