I was running an old Daewoo pc and i upgraded the ram to 528mb rougly. Its old Pc100 ram, anyway i have now got a new pc so im going to sell my old one. Would i be better off removing the ram back to 32mb and making a bit more money selling the ram seperately as it is quite rare, or should i just cut my losses and sell it with the pc. More importantly is there a market for old ram like this?
I've just bought 128MBs of pc100 sdram for an old pc I am upgrading for a friend. It cost me all of £6.50 including postage, via eBay. If that is typical I suppose you could say pc100 ram is not worth much.
if you can sell this computer for more than a nominal sum - it certainly isn't going to be useable in any real sense of the word, at least as far as modern software is concerned. As for the RAM - if you can sell it good luck to you, I'm amazed that there's an active market for it.