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Where can I find Dell XPS M1710 Compatible Memory?


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mariano

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I am interested in adding memory to my Dell XPS M1710 Notebook. I am hoping someone knows where I could purchase this from an 'aftermarket company' (sorry if this is just a car term, but its all i could think of).
Dell prices seem ridiculous for memory upgrades, 1GB module costing $149, 2GB module costing $819!. I know dell has memory compatibility issues, so i would need to purchase from a manufacturer that is Dell compatible.
here is the tech specs from Dell on the memory I would need:

Speed : PC2-5300 / 667 MHz
Description : Standard SODIMM
Package Type : 200-pin SODIMM

any suggestions are much appreciated!
-Mariano
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I am interested in adding memory to my Dell XPS M1710 Notebook. I am hoping someone knows where I could purchase this from an 'aftermarket company' (sorry if this is just a car term, but its all i could think of).
Dell prices seem ridiculous for memory upgrades, 1GB module costing $149, 2GB module costing $819!. I know dell has memory compatibility issues, so i would need to purchase from a manufacturer that is Dell compatible.
here is the tech specs from Dell on the memory I would need:

Speed : PC2-5300 / 667 MHz
Description : Standard SODIMM
Package Type : 200-pin SODIMM

any suggestions are much appreciated!
-Mariano



Goto www.crucial.com put in your computers make and model and the memory is guaranteed to work or your money back.



Here I found the page for you...

http://www.crucial.c...model=XPS M1710

Edited by jrm20, 13 March 2007 - 01:38 PM.

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awesome thank you
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