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I am looking for a compatable PC Kingston KVR 133x64c3/512MB SD Ram - memory for desk top computer -- Can you help Please??

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Hi ledihite - the exact Kingston part # you're looking for is KVR133X64C3/512. Right now it would cost you $59 from Kingston with free 3 day FedEx shipping. Just go to the Kingston.com and do a part search for that #. If you'd like to try and find something cheaper you can but I recommend always trying to match your memory. Like I said if you want to find something cheaper let me know. If this solves your problem PLEASE rate this as fixed. (I even talked to Kingston for you) If you need more help just add a comment and I'll be happy to assist you further. Thanks and have a nice day.

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