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Can 184 pin ddr ram replace 168 pin sd ram?

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no it can not..2 different sticks of ram

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This is some specification for RAM modules: DDR3 240-pin DDR 2 240Pin DDR 184 Pin SDRAM 168-pin SODIMM 200-pin DDR2 SODIMM 200-pin DDR,DDR2 and DDR3 have 2 holes SDRAM have 3 holes


While 184-pin DIMMs and 168-pin DIMMs are approximately the same size, 184-pin DIMMs have only one notch within the row of pins


168-pin SDRAM168-pin DIMM30 or 72-pin SIMM 184, 168 or 232-pin RIMM


No. The sockets are different sizes.


A DIMM is based on two different pin counts. SDRAM has 168 pins and is an earlier generation of RAM. DDR RAM has 184 pins. Both are considered DIMMS.


DDR 1 USE 184 PINS THE BEST THING IS TO TAKE DDR AND CHECK THE PIN AREA THAT IS GOLD PLATED YOU WILL FIND WRITTEN 1-96 AND OTHER SIDE 97 -184 THAT MEANS YOU ARE USING DDR1 DDR 2 USE 240 PINS SAME THING FOR DDR2 AND IT WRITTEN 240 MUSTAFA AHMED KHAN DDR 1 USE 184 PINS THE BEST THING IS TO TAKE DDR AND CHECK THE PIN AREA THAT IS GOLD PLATED YOU WILL FIND WRITTEN 1-96 AND OTHER SIDE 97 -184 THAT MEANS YOU ARE USING DDR1 DDR 2 USE 240 PINS SAME THING FOR DDR2 AND IT WRITTEN 240 MUSTAFA AHMED KHAN DDR 1 USE 184 PINS THE BEST THING IS TO TAKE DDR AND CHECK THE PIN AREA THAT IS GOLD PLATED YOU WILL FIND WRITTEN 1-96 AND OTHER SIDE 97 -184 THAT MEANS YOU ARE USING DDR1 DDR 2 USE 240 PINS SAME THING FOR DDR2 AND IT WRITTEN 240 MUSTAFA AHMED KHAN


DIMM. Two types of DIMMs: a 168-pin SDRAM module (top) and a 184-pin DDR SDRAM module (bottom). Note that the SDRAM module has two notches (rectangular cuts or incisions) on the bottom edge, while the DDR1 SDRAM module has only one.


Common types of DIMM Memory Modules used in computers are a 168 pin SDRAM Module, or a 184 pin DDR SDRAM. These boards are designed to be used in personal computers.


No way!,184 mem chip is notched to fit ONLY a like notched motherboard slot.Totally bad idea.


One can purchase a 1 GB 184 pin DDR memory unit on websites like Amazon, Mr Memory, eBay, Conrad, Hardware Q Mando, Crucial, Staples, Alie Express or New Egg.


No, they're not cross compatible. 184pin DDR is desktop memory, 200 pin ddr is a SO-DIMM, which is laptop memory.



No you cannot the ECS P4VXASD2 supports the following:Two 184-pin 2.5V DDR SDRAM (DDR266/DDR200) Maximum: 2GB DDR or SDRAM (Buffered) / 1GB DDR or SDRAM (Unbuffered)


2x 184-pin DDR DIMM socket support up to 2 GB Support DDR400/333/266 2.5V DDR SDRAM


The 184-pin DIMM configuration was used for DDR SDRAM. It is identified by sharing the larger contact sizes with the earlier SDRAM, but having only one cut out instead of two. Later DDR2 and DDR3 have much smaller contacts.


NO, absolutly not, 240pin works with 240pin slot and 184pin works with 184pin slot



DDR SDRAM for laptops come ineither 200-pin SO-DIMMs or 172-pin micro-DIMMs


DDR has a 184-pin DIMM interface and DDR2 has 240. DDR2 runs cooler and has generally slower timings but is a lot faster than DDR in the end. DDR2 is capable of holding more ram on one DIMM.


No the pin configuration is different from DDR2 to DDR1 or DDR400 to DDR667


There are many places that take old memory for recycling. Staples and Office Depot both do. Wise recycling is a local facility that takes old computer parts.



Generally after a hard drive with enough space to hold your files you need a good amount of RAM. RAM is basically what makes the computer faster, and the types of RAM chips vary from 32 Pin SIMM, 72 Pin SIMM, 168 Pin DIMM, DDR 2 and 3, and all sorts of others.



From this site, http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=c00280659&lc=en&cc=us&product=447312&dlc=en, the slot on your computer is for DDR which is 184 pin, DDR SDRAM. That means you cannot use DDR2 rams because DDR2 has 240 pins and it will not fit on what your computer has.



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