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Help identifying older ram...

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I've got a bunch of old RAM laying around, mostly ripped from Dell servers and desktops.

I'm including some pictures of some stuff I have. I did a couple internet searches and got some mixed answers, so maybe you guys can help.

edit: well, nvm, actually... I figured em both out at 128Mb.... right?
 

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i can tell you they are PC100 with the timings 3-2-2