The emachines t3624 takes regular DDR memory. DDR2 is not backward compatible, and so will not work in your emachine.
No DDR2 and DDR are not compatible and so you can not add DDR2 RAM module in a DDR Slot. Electrical specifications like voltage, signal pinout and even mechanical size and shape of modules are different.
The DDR ram memory is a class of memory intergrated circuits which is used in computers. DDR has been superseded by DDR2 and DDR3 neither of which is either forward or backward compatible.
A DDR2 memory stick cannot be installed correctly in a DDR slot.
You don't at all! Just make sure it's compatible, such as DDR or DDR2 memory.
AnswerNo. DDR3 is not backward compatible with DDR2 and DDR. e.g. DDR3 has 1.5V power, DDR2 needs 1.8V and DDR needs 2.5V power. In terms of standard motherboard slots also the notch or the key for different memory modules is at different place for the three type of memory thus preventing any accidental insertion in memory slots which can damage the memory and or the motherboard. More Information:Gateway Tech Support said their Gateway MD7820u Notebook is compatible with both.SODIMM DDR3 might have the same pins as SODIMM DDR2.
Yes. DDR2 memory has double the transfer rate of DDR memory.
No, DDR and DDR2 are different types of memory. DDR2 supports higher speeds and has different socket. Check your laptop manufactore website to find out which type of memory your laptop works with.
The only difference between the two is that DDR2 has more memory than DDR. Some people also like DDR2 more because they say the hardware runs better.
no . just the ddr 1 !!
assuming everything else is compatible, the memory is not an issue. many graphics card have ddr4 and ddr5 memory which isn't even available as RAM yet.
No, you cannot. PC2 is ddr2 type of memory when PC is ddr. Those types are not compatible.
No, they're not cross compatible. 184pin DDR is desktop memory, 200 pin ddr is a SO-DIMM, which is laptop memory.
DDR and DDR2 RIMMS
No, the slots for DDR2 RAM is different from the DDR RAM. You cannot use DDR RAM with DDR2 slot.
If you insert a DDR2 memory card into a slot that usually holds a DDR memory card, the card will not be recognized by the system and a message will appear stating that there is an error with the memory card. Please do not insert memory cards into non-matching slots, you may damage the system. If your system does not become damaged as a result of poor memory card reading, your DDR2 card will simply only act as a DDR card and not make full use of the DDR2 capabilities.
No the pin configuration is different from DDR2 to DDR1 or DDR400 to DDR667
DDR. Technically, there is no "DDR1", only "DDR" and DDR2".
Most usual are "cimm", "dimm", "DDR", "DDR2"
DDR or DDR2
In order to use ddr2 memory the motherboard should support it. Check the manufacture website for more information. If it doesn't say that it has ddr2 support, it means that it doesn't have it. Thus you cannot use ddr2 with the motherboard.
No, PC5300 memory is DDR2 and PC3200 memory is DDR so the notch on the bottom where the gold leads are is not the same.
the different notch positions keep someone from installing a DDR DIMM or DDR2 DIMM in the wrong memory slot.
DDR2 SDRAMdouble data rate synchronous dynamic random access memoryThe data rate is twice as fast as DDR SDRAM
DDR speed is 200 MHZ while the speed of DDR2 has 400MHZ DDR has 1motch whears DDR2 has notches.