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Old March 12, 2009, 06:06 PM
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Originally Posted by Soultribunal View Post
Mac, I can't find A working Picture of one. But what kind of system would this have resided in.
Perhaps I can be your snowball because my work has about 100 systems tucked away that have been EOL for YEARS...
Find me a Picture if you can, and I'll dig every last one at work, I promise.

This is what it looks like.

It was first introduced as the PAL15, and it was designed to cool socket 370 Pentium 3's and Celeron's, but also Socket A/462 Athlon's.

Do you think there are any double-sided 256MB PC100/PC133 modules in those systems? I'm looking for three identical sticks of those as well

Thanks for your assistance

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