Memory confusion.

  Alf58 23:25 22 Sep 2006

I wish to purchase some more memory for my three year old computer. The type of memory fitted is DDR-SDRAM Pc2100 (133mhz).

Looking at memory section, they dont seem to stock DDR-DRAM. They have sodims,dram all kinds of things but no Sdram!

Is the memory in my PC obsolete? Or is it called something else? I just want a little upgrade! Can anyone help?

  SANTOS7 23:31 22 Sep 2006

click here
follow link for memory upgrade it will give you all the info you need for purchasing exactly want you want...

  ed-0 23:47 22 Sep 2006

dram is DDR-SDRAM.

Pc2100memory 184 pin dimms from dabs click here

Don't bother with crucial, they just do 4Gb sticks click here. LOL

  DieSse 23:50 22 Sep 2006

Forget the SDRAM bit - you just need DDR PC2100 RAM.

If you put PC2100 into the Dabs search box it'll give you some to choose from.

I recommend you only choose decent brands. Kingston is good (Itend to use this most of the time), so are the other major brands. Unbranded/generic RAM is usually below specification in one or more ways.

  Stuartli 23:57 22 Sep 2006

The only confusion arises on your part:

click here

Scroll down the page...:-)

  SANTOS7 23:57 22 Sep 2006

WOW your right bargain tho at just under 2 grand OHHH ERRR!!!

click here might want to compare prices from here..

  Alf58 01:15 23 Sep 2006


Of course the confusion is on my part!

Thank you all for the helpful links.

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