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Ram is there any ddr1 2gb rams are available if available what is the costs of 2gb ram uf not what is the cost of ddr1 1gb ram

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Dear harris

the cost of 2 GB sodimm ddr2 pc 5300 memory is about US $40.75
and for 1 Gb it's about US $ 24,7


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