Pc1 varies from 256 mb to 1 gb while pc2 varies from 512 mb to 2 gb Pc2 chips are more modified and smaller than pc1
Not exactly. If you have a PC with Windows Vista Media Center (VMC) installed on it--let's call this PC1--you may set PC1's "Recorded TV" directory as a shared folder for the second PC's (PC2's) local Recorded TV directory. In this instance, you could watch and play back recorded HDTV or SDTV from PC2. By setting sharing and permissions on content directories on PC1, you could also set the same media access points on PC2. That said, if PC2 is being used as an 'extender', you should be aware that it cannot stream Live TV from PC1. PC2 cannot access any of PC1 VMC's services or features; it can really only look at the same directories and playback from there.
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Yes, it is backward compatible
The DDR2 PC2-5300 has 240 pins
pc2-5300 = ddr2 pc-5300 would = ddr, but no such thing. pc2-5300 = ddr2 pc-5300 would = ddr, but no such thing.
Memory Type: DDR2 PC2-6400, DDR2 PC2-8500, DDR2 (non-ECC)Maximum Memory: 8GBSlots: 4Each memory slot can hold DDR2 PC2-6400, DDR2 PC2-8500 with a maximum of 2GB per slot.
DDR2 PC2-4200,DDR2 PC2-5300,DDR2 PC2-6400 with a maximum of 1GB per slot (equals 4GB max total system memory)