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   posted by DaveyD on 4-Apr-2005 22:15:20 (5158 reads)
We would like to take this opportunity to welcome Crucial Technology the ram manufactor as an advertiser on Amigaworld.net. .

If you want to advertise on Amigaworld.net please contact david AT amigaworld.net for details.
    

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sicky 
Re: Amigaworld.net welcomes new advertiser
Posted on 5-Apr-2005 11:39:35
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Well done dudes, nice coup you pulled off there


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Posted on 5-Apr-2005 11:42:44
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@Toaks

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so do they sell AmigaONE compatible ram?

Yes I believe they do, nearly bought mine direct from them but in the end opted to buy at sime time as motherboard from Eyetech.

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Posted on 5-Apr-2005 13:52:17
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so do they sell AmigaONE compatible ram?


I'm using a stick of registered PC133 RAM in my A1 from them, though they don't list anything specifically as "A1 compatible". A single 512 MB stick, which is currently (well last time I looked) the smallest stick of PC133 for desktops they offer.

I've never had any trouble with it, though I have heard from others here in the forum that have tried using two sticks of registered PC133 256 MB Crucial. Seems they had all kinds of problems unless they used only one of the sticks at a time.

My setup has been rock stable though. I get occasional crashes, but I think that is more buggy software than anything else.

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Posted on 5-Apr-2005 15:25:12
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Big deal;

I don't see Amiga, Eyetech, Mai or any other A1 related producer or manufacturer in the list, what's so special about a banner?

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@Neko

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I don't see Amiga, Eyetech, Mai or any other A1 related producer or manufacturer in the list, what's so special about a banner?

It just shows support, so what's your point?

[edit]Typo

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I've always had good luck with Micron/Crucial sticks. I'll definately keep them in mind when I get my micro-A1


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> Maybe some Pegasos/A1 user could comment on that?

I have two sticks of RAM. One is 128MB and one is 256MB.
I ordered the 256MB one from KDH (I think) when I got my A1.
The 128MB stick was sent to me free by Genesi, as (IIRC) a thank you for waiting so long for my replacement Pegasos. (Very nice of them, I thought.)

Both of these work on both machines so I guess if it works in the A1, it'll probablt work in the Pegasos and vice-versa, although I couldn't say for certain.


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@Neko

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I don't see Amiga, Eyetech, Mai or any other A1 related producer or manufacturer in the list, what's so special about a banner?


It just shows support, so what's your point?


You expect Matt to have a point?


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@Robert

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You expect Matt to have a point?

Isn't that why most people post comments, because thay have an opinion about something


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Posted on 5-Apr-2005 23:46:58
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neko: all i have to say is


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@Neko

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I don't see Amiga, Eyetech, Mai or any other A1 related produce

Not yet, but I'm sure that will change if there's enough interest.
Besides, many of us have systems other than amiga that could use some upgrades.
Why not go with a biz that is putting advertising $$$ in to one of our fav amiga sites?

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what's so special about a banner?

It pays $$$ of course. That's always a deal

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Cool, well done chaps.

Any chance you could persuade them to add Eyetech to the list of manufacturers?

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Any chance you could persuade them to add Eyetech to the list of manufacturers?


Or maybe just "AmigaOne" since it would be more recognizable than Eyetech.

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Big deal;


Real Cash support is a big deal in my book any day !!


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so you guys are basically saying that if i buy an 512mb stick from theese guys it's guranteed to work in my XE ?

i must buy one asap but seriously i rather go to an Amiga shop and buy one instead of taking chances....

show me the one that will work.....

(my old one will be removed...(so no plans of running 2 of em at the same time.)


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Crucial's affiliation program is a great idea, I should consider it for my site.


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Well, i can see that they support the Genesis machines

Funny - when I approached them to do support for the A1 boards I got one single reply then nothing else.

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so you guys are basically saying that if i buy an 512mb stick from theese guys it's guranteed to work in my XE ?

As much as any other 512MB stick - but last time I checked up on it according to the info given at that time - they didn't (well a LOOONG time ago) - perhaps you are lucky now that a broader range of sticks are supported...


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