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Out of date memory stick?

Good afternoon. We have a Dell Dimension 8200 which we want to upgrade the memory on (it is only 250mb), but have been told the memory stick it takes are no longer commercially available. Is this correct and is there a solution please? Thank you for your help.

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That information is incorrect. Below are links to purchase one of the two types of memory available for this system:

http://www.memorystock.com/memory/DellDimension8200400MHzFSB.html

http://www.memorystock.com/memory/DellDimension8200533MHzFSB.html

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The memory your after is RDRAM or RIMM RAM its PC800 memory and was only used for a short time before moving to the newer DDR memory. It is available through ebay and goes for around $30 for 512MB which is a lot better price then when it first came out.

Posted on May 08, 2009

  • Dudeman321 May 26, 2009

    Hmmm... at 200 bucks for a gig kit, i'd stck with ebay and only pay 60.

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If its 250mb (will actually be 256mb) its probably pc100 sdram, can you give me your motherboard model number so i can tell you for sure of what it says on the stick of memory you have now

most places like scan/dabs might not sell the memory, but most likely can get it off ebay.

nedd the model numbers to be sure for you

Posted on May 08, 2009

  • mark hudson May 08, 2009

    sorry, i apologise for not reading the question properly.

    http://www3.shopping.com/xPF-Dell-Dell-D...

    that seems to be the correct board,

    joeeisenberg is correct on the memory, it is RDRAM (RAMBUS)




    memory and your board can support up to 2gb

    you can still get this memory, from the links joeeisenberg gave you or from ebay

    good luck and sorry for not reading it correctly








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Supporting Data:
This is Dell Support, Manuals, and the Dimension 8200 Service Manual,

http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/dim8200/

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