You wouldn't notice the difference if you are just doing casual computer use, for example: internet Browsing, listening to music, or word processing. However, if you are playing graphically intensive games, then you would notice a difference. The higher the PC number (PC2100, PC2700, or PC3200) then the better it is. Just be sure to buy the memory that is compatible with your motherboard... that is if you are planning on buying memory.
ddr266/pc2100 and ddr333/pc2700 are interchangeable.
Yes. However, it will run at PC2100 speed.
Yes you can use. PC means DDR1 266mhz ram, PC 2700 means DDR1 333mhz ram. you should not use in combination of both PC2100 and PC2700 because due to Bus frequency mismatch some boards will not support.
no you can not use 400 MHZ ram because (PC2100 @ 266 MHZ ddr) and (PC2700 @ 333 MHZ ddr) are the only chips that are inter changable. PC3200 is 400 MHZ but it has 2 slots not just the one. It does not fit into the same type slot as either PC2700 or PC2100. I was looking at the possibility of a PC2700 ram rated at 400 MHZ but I do not think there is such a thing.
I have bought one 400mhz pc3200, it has a cut at a difference location on the stick. It wouldn't fit on my pc2700 333mhz slots on my laptop.
PC1600(200MHz), PC2100(266MHz), PC2700(333MHz), PC3200(400MHz),PC4000(500MHz), PC4200(533MHz), PC5300(667MHz), PC6400(800MHz) Per pg 230 of the A+ Guide to Hardware PC1600(200MHz), PC2100(266MHz), PC2700(333MHz), PC3200(400MHz),PC4000(500MHz), PC4200(533MHz), PC5300(667MHz), PC6400(800MHz) Per pg 230 of the A+ Guide to Hardware
Depends on the notebook motherboard..I just upgraded my note book from 512MB RAM (2X256 PC2100 DDR-266Mhz 200 pin SODIMM) to 1GB (2X512MB PC2700 DDR-333Mhz 200 pin SODIMM), would not accept 1GB modules. I tried the Brand supplier (HP) and they were going to charge me a fortune for the PC2100 modules, so I got my local computer shop to get generic memory for me from their suppliers. When I tried the first memory modules of 512MB my notebook did not boot, so tried another brand (generic as well) and you little beauty it loaded. Therefore, different brands of memory modules may not work, mainly due to the voltage of the chip. So I saved big bucks by going local. My advice, seach the internet for your model and product ID and the type of RAM used. Hope this helps Kevin from Australia
Processor Type is not important when selecting memory. It's the FSB (Front Side Bus) speed that's important... FSB400 PC3200 FSB333 PC2700 FSB266 PC2100 If you have a processor with a 400MHz FSB, then you need a Motherboard which supports a 400MHz FSB. You then select the appropriate memory.
The PC2700 1GB card costs around twenty dollars. A PC2700 1GB card can be purchased online from sites like amazon and ebay, and stores like Best Buy have them for sale.
The definition of PC2700 is a type of RAM memory chip that has been used in computers for a while. 512MB is the amount of memory that can be found in the computer.
No and no.
There are many places where one can purchase a DDR PC2700. For example one can be purchased at Amazon or Best Buy. One could also be purchased from Crucial.
The PC2700 DDR RAM was introduced in 2000, having been in development for four years since 1996. It was intended to improve the speed of data transfer.
PC2700 refers to the speed of the memory, not the capacity. You would have to look at the label on the stick to find the capacity. It's usually measured in megabytes or gigabytes.
One could purchase a 1 Gigabyte PC2700 online at Crucial, Memory4Less, eBay and Amazon. NewEgg or Tiger Direct also sell them to those who are interested.
It is possible to use pc3200 ddr ram in a PC designed for pc2700 ddr ram, but the pc3200 ram will only run at pc2700. If you want to fully exploit the pc3200 ram then you will have to buy a motherboard that will be able to support a speed equal to pc3200 or greater.
No. They are different generations of DDR.
PC2700 laptop memory cards are available on Amazon and eBay. They can also be purchased at Best Buy and through Staples, as well as local electronics stores and computer repair outlets.
The Cheapest PC2700 memory on Amazon can be bought for $0.01. In fact, several outlets are offering this kind of ram at various prices and quantities, but $0.01 is one of the most common prices,