lodger 17:57 09 Oct 2008

Can anyone tell me if there's any difference between 'DDR2 SDRAM 667MHZ'............and 'DDR2 sodimm 667 mhz?'...........Toshiba tells me i have sdram, crucial tells me i have sodimm :( I rate Toshiba rather higher than crucial, so am unlikely to buy anything with checking with Tosh first............but could it possibly mean the same thing?

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 18:09 09 Oct 2008

click here-(PC2-5300)
DDR2 sodimm

click here 667MHz DDR2 SDRAM

  lodger 18:14 09 Oct 2008

as expected it seems like i have ddr2 667mhz sdram..........NOT much for crucial.........mmmmmmmmmmm

  brundle 18:16 09 Oct 2008

SODIMM (Small Outline Dual Inline Memory Modules) are fitted to laptops. Just a different shape to the desktop variety.

  MarvintheAndroid 18:32 09 Oct 2008

SODIMM is about half the physical size of desktop RAM modules.


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