As you might expect by now, I harvest various bits & pieces from the PCs falling off the trailing edge of my assortment. The bag of obsolete DRAM recently floated to the top of the heap:
Half a gig of ECC RAM from what might have been a fire-breathing Pentium Pro box:
The PCBs along the top apparently filled vacant memory slots.
Some 32 and 64 MB DRAM from a few IBM laptops I turned into picture frames:
DDR2 DRAM in assorted sizes & speeds:
PC133 DDR DRAM, with four sticks of 1 GB PC3 along the bottom:
If you look closely, you may see something you can use. No reasonable offer refused …
3 thoughts on “Obsolete DRAM Collection”
You could harvest the chips to reuse. Take a 32MB router that OpenWRT doesn’t want to support anymore and change it to 64MB.
I’ve seen people modding routers and graphics cards, but what about ip-cams.. ?
(See “router solder ram hack” in google or youtube, or “openwrt ram solder”)
I’m happy to send ’em to someone doing that sort of thing.
Anybody who wants ’em: pay the shipping and they’re yours!
ASUS M3N78-VM AM2+ Nvidia 8200 DDR2-1066 Nvidia Geforce 8200 IGP mATX Motherboard ($199.99, Used – Good)
Bought a fresh one in September 2008 ($77) still in use.
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