Let's face it: this isn't the most dense or speediest memory in the world. But it's exactly what I needed when I added the latest virtual machine to the tired old AMD server in the basement. This was available and inexpensive. Dabbed the edge connectors with Stabilant, shoved 'em in, and they've been operating flawlessly 24x7 ever since. Kingston's a decent brand and I expected nothing more, nothing less.
I found it hard to find any non DDR2 ram under $60 for 1GB. My system uses regular DDR 400 PC3200 ram and this was the cheapest I could get 2GBs for. Installation was a breeze as with any ram. I turned it on and started Photoshop and was impressed. It was about twice as fast - which would make sense because I had only two 512mb modules installed previously. If you still use DDR 400 PC3200 modules, then buy this because your computer is old like mine and this is probably the max amount of ram it can take.
It's RAM - it's cheap (although it seems to fluctuate almost daily - check prices!) It fit my Dell XPS - it works faster. What more can I say -
Kingston memory is what I usually choose and it has never let me down. Going from 2 GB (4x512) to 4 GB (4x1GB) seems to have made a huge speed difference on some applications on my computer and added a couple years of usable life to it.
Clock Cycle Time (tCK) 5ns (min.) / 10ns (max.) Row Cycle Time (tRC) 55ns (min.) Refresh Row Cycle Time (tRFC) 70ns (min.) Row Active Time (tRAS) 40ns (min.) / 70,000ns (max.) Single Power Supply of +2.6V (+/- .1V) Power (IDD0) 5.408 W (operating) Operating Temperature 0 ºC to 70 ºC Storage Temperature -55 ºC to +150 ºC UL Rating 94 V - 0
Green Compliance Certificate/Authority
EU RoHS / China RoHS / EU WEEE
1.25" Width x 5.25" Length
2.6 V DC
128M x 64
Number of Modules
2 x 1 GB
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