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Old 14 March 2005, 20:05   #1
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Happy 128 MB RAM SIMM 72-PIN - FPM RAM - 66 MHz - 5V - 60ns - Parity

This module comes out of a server and is 100% working. It can be used in PC´s that use EDO or Simm modules (tested in a real old 486) but also in Amiga computers with turboboards that are designed to handle Simm´s of 128 Mb. It does fit the Blizzard PPC card (tried on my Blizz 233/060) , the Blizzard 1240 and the Microbotics 1230XA (these are all the cards that I have). Note that this double sided module may not fit in a Blizzard 1230/4 because there is not enough room on the card. You may be able so solve this problem by keeping the module at its place by force but this is at your own risc.

Price for first module : 36 euro.
Payment by PayPal preferred (Effy@pandora.be), but international bank transfer is also accepted when you live in the European Union (using IBAN+BIC and payment in Euro´s).

I have also several other identical modules which works also 100%. This can be bought too if you want to for 34 euro with no extra shipping charges.
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Old 14 March 2005, 20:27   #2
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I didn't see your module but all the ram modules I've used on 1230/4s were double sided and fit well.
 
Old 15 March 2005, 05:27   #3
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http://users.pandora.be/DiscoVmax/HP...%20modules.jpg

That´s the one

It´s great that it also fits your 1230/4 !! Don´t have one but most people say it doesn´t fit. Seems like they are wrong
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I got doublesided 32m edo in my blizz 1230/4 as well
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Old 15 March 2005, 19:01   #5
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Used to have those too in the beginning, but it seems that those 128 Mb modules are even bigger than those 32 Mb ones
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Old 24 March 2005, 23:29   #6
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If you have got two turboboards and would like to trade in one and get more memory fot the other then maybe we can work something out Because besides money I am also interested in hardware as well Assuming it still works of course

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To make it all a bit very complicated and to add a sense of humor I am offering three ways of adding 128 Mb to your A1200 turboboard :

A used HP module for 37,82 euro and free shipping worldwide ...

or a MINT and VERY RARE and BRANDNEW Kingston module for 32 euro with 10 euro shipping worldwide ....

or a VERY RARE and MINT Kingston module, also brandnew, for 42 euro and free shipping worldwide ...
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Still have got plenty of those 128 Mb modules but only one single new and sealed Kingston
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I ask 36 euro for one module, shipping to any place on the planet included, no PayPal charges and Ebay costs are also mine. If somebody would like to save money by buying it outside Ebay then naturally I don´t have to add Ebay charges, so then it´s minus 2 euro or minus 2,5 USD. If somebody in the European Union can transfer it to my bank account then I also don´t have to add the PayPal charges so then it´s also minus 2 euro or 2,5 USD

-module bought on Ebay and paid by PayPal : 36 euro or 46 USD
-module not bought on Ebay but paid by PayPal : 34 euro or 43.5 USD
-module not bought on Ebay and paid by bank transfer : 32 euro or 41 USD

In all of the three choices I end up having the same which is 32 euro from which I also have to pay the shipping costs of course
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