Can someone tell me what this memory is?

Posted on 2012-08-13
Last Modified: 2012-08-13
This is the only numbers on the memory, there is nothing else.

B62URCE 1.00 BP ML E186014 94V-Q

It supposed to be this:
New! 8GB 4X2GB Dell Dimension 9200 DDR2 PC2-5300 Memory-RC4

The person is sending me out today, another set of memory, as the ones that I have, which is the Numbers listed above, does not work in my system.

It would be really cool if someone can shed some light on this memory, and maybe tell me who makes it, then maybe I can contact them, and find out if this eBay seller messed up or not, in sending me out the wrong memory.

Thanks All
Question by:Wayne Barron
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    Accepted Solution

    This was the best I could find:

    This appears to be a generic memory.  Brain Power is the maker and B62URCE is the SKU for it.  Based on the specs, it should be compatible:
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    Assisted Solution

    It's hard to tell since the numbers you provided are just serial numbers for the PCB, apparently made by "Brian Power". This sounds like an "unbranded" generic memory stick, and that exact PCB is probably by several manufacturers, Dell included.

    Just about everything I've seen so far indicates that this is a stick of 2GB PC2-5300 667MHz DDR2 memory. If you received 4x of these sticks, then it sounds like it indeed the correct part. - makes reference to the "B62URCE" PCB
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    by:Wayne Barron
    Thanks guys.
    I have their website:
    I sent them a message in hopes that they get back with me, prior to shipping off the memory that I have back to the company I purchased it from.
    They have shipped me out another set of Ram, this time a 4x1GB of the same ram, in hopes that it will function in my system.

    I would much rather have 8GB's, however, if I can have 4GB's, then I will be happier than I am right now with the 1GB.

    OK guys.


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