PNY PC5300 / 1GB / 667MHz / DDR2 / 200pin SoDIMM Laptop Memory - £11.99 Delivered @ Play.com - HotUKDeals
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PNY PC5300 / 1GB / 667MHz / DDR2 / 200pin SoDIMM Laptop Memory - £11.99 Delivered @ Play.com

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Specifications * 10 Year Warranty * Memory Size: 1GB * Memory Type: PC5300 DDR2 * Memory Speed: 667MHz * Form Factor: 200pin for Laptop Computers * Compatible With: … Read More
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8y, 9m agoFound 8 years, 9 months ago
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* 10 Year Warranty
* Memory Size: 1GB
* Memory Type: PC5300 DDR2
* Memory Speed: 667MHz
* Form Factor: 200pin for Laptop Computers
* Compatible With:
* DDR2 PC2-4300 (533 MHz Bus Speed)
* DDR2 PC2-5300 (667 MHz Bus Speed)
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banned#1
anyone know if this is compatible with the Asus Eee?.thanks.
#2
Yes of course
#3
I have a recent Dell Vostro 1510 laptop, the ram memory specs just say "2048MB (1x2048) 667MHz DDR2 Single Channel" I am not familiar with the PC2-4300 or PC2-5300 terms so how can I find what my laptop memory is? and does anyone know if this memory would be compatible? I do not expect anyone to research this on my behalf unless they want to, just if anyone is already in the know. thanks.
#4
boonergooner
I have a recent Dell Vostro 1510 laptop, the ram memory specs just say "2048MB (1x2048) 667MHz DDR2 Single Channel" I am not familiar with the PC2-4300 or PC2-5300 terms so how can I find what my laptop memory is? and does anyone know if this memory would be compatible? I do not expect anyone to research this on my behalf unless they want to, just if anyone is already in the know. thanks.


PC2 5300 will be fine mate!

Actually your laptop supports PC6400 so better spending a quid more and getting the 800mhz version
http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/5748627/PNY-PC6400-1GB-800MHz-DDR2-200pin-SoDIMM-Laptop-Memory/Product.html

or even the 2gb card:
http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/5748690/PNY-PC6400-2GB-800MHz-DDR2-200pin-SoDIMM-Laptop-Memory/Product.html
#5
heat added, good buy, should make my 1gb vista lappy a bit quicker, good site!
#6
HP 510 ???

anyone know compatability??
#7
johneem
HP 510 ???

anyone know compatability??


as soon as your laptop says DDR2 200 sodimm that should be fine ;-)

Just checked google and your laptop's got 1 slot which holds 512mb originally only so if you buy this one you'll have to throw the old one out
#8
johneem
HP 510 ???

anyone know compatability??


Two seconds with Google brought up this

http://h18000.www1.hp.com/products/quickspecs/12634_div/12634_div.PDF

And it says up to 1GB of DDR2 (which this is) RAM, so you may be up to the maximum, already.
#9
boonergooner
I have a recent Dell Vostro 1510 laptop, the ram memory specs just say "2048MB (1x2048) 667MHz DDR2 Single Channel" I am not familiar with the PC2-4300 or PC2-5300 terms so how can I find what my laptop memory is? and does anyone know if this memory would be compatible? I do not expect anyone to research this on my behalf unless they want to, just if anyone is already in the know. thanks.


just like mikeyp said above and by the by your laptop seems to fill both the 2 ram slots so you'd better buy the 2gb ones. Better by 2x2gb to make it 4gb - sweet :thumbsup: I remember seven days did it for 17.99 each so it's worth to check out. :whistling:
#10
My laptop contains DDR3 1066Mhz Ram. Any ideas on where I can this type from at a reasonable price?
#11
Would this be ok for my Sony Vaio VGN-SZ1XP. It has 2 slots one already occupied with 1024mb and says it uses SO-DIMM - 533Mhz (DDR2) however doesn't say wether 200 pin ok (noticed you can get 240pin aswell).

Also can I take the old memory out and and fill both slots with 2 x 2gb:)

Sorry for the ignorance
#12
Blanco
My laptop contains DDR3 1066Mhz Ram. Any ideas on where I can this type from at a reasonable price?


Your laptop supports PC3-10666 DDR3 SODIMM but this type of laptop memory is expensive. We're talking about £35 for a 1GB, it can be found here.
#13
Rooney
Would this be ok for my Sony Vaio VGN-SZ1XP. It has 2 slots one already occupied with 1024mb and says it uses SO-DIMM - 533Mhz (DDR2) however doesn't say wether 200 pin ok (noticed you can get 240pin aswell).

Also can I take the old memory out and and fill both slots with 2 x 2gb:)

Sorry for the ignorance


Your laptop supports DDR2 with 200pin only. It also has the maximum memory installed (2GB) so you won't be able to upgrade more than that. Hope that helps.
#14
Rooney
Would this be ok for my Sony Vaio VGN-SZ1XP. It has 2 slots one already occupied with 1024mb and says it uses SO-DIMM - 533Mhz (DDR2) however doesn't say wether 200 pin ok (noticed you can get 240pin aswell).

Also can I take the old memory out and and fill both slots with 2 x 2gb:)

Sorry for the ignorance


240 pin is desktop Ram, 200 pin is laptop ram. If you have a slot free then it would take another 1gb.
#15
pc_tech86
Your laptop supports PC3-10666 DDR3 SODIMM but this type of laptop memory is expensive. We're talking about £35 for a 1GB, it can be found here.


Cheers for the link! :thumbsup:
#16
mikeyp
240 pin is desktop Ram, 200 pin is laptop ram. If you have a slot free then it would take another 1gb.


I think it would take an other 2gb or you can just buy 2x2gb to replace the 1gb original.
#17
tsukasai
I think it would take an other 2gb or you can just buy 2x2gb to replace the 1gb original.


The Sony SZ1 series can handle a max of 2gb (1gb per slot). :thumbsup:
#18
mikeyp
The Sony SZ1 series can handle a max of 2gb (1gb per slot). :thumbsup:


I see :whistling:
#19
Thanks everyone for info, I am assumming that I would have to make sure its 533mhz aswell for the second slot in order to match the 1st slot:thinking:
#20
Rooney
Thanks everyone for info, I am assumming that I would have to make sure its 533mhz aswell for the second slot in order to match the 1st slot:thinking:


It doesn't matter if slot 1 and 2 have different speeds because the computer will match the faster one with the slow one, so they will run at the same speed. But it is recommended that slot 1 and 2 are the same brand, size and speed for maximum performance (Dual Channel).
#21
pc_tech86
It doesn't matter if slot 1 and 2 have different speeds because the computer will match the faster one with the slow one, so they will run at the same speed. But it is recommended that slot 1 and 2 are the same brand, size and speed for maximum performance (Dual Channel).


Wow your good, now for another question how do I find out what brand my current slot 1 is or should I just buy 2 of these.
#22
Rooney
Wow your good, now for another question how do I find out what brand my current slot 1 is or should I just buy 2 of these.


Do you have 1GB installed in Slot 1? If so, just buy one of these and install it in Slot 2 and you will be fine.
#23
pc_tech86
Do you have 1GB installed in Slot 1? If so, just buy one of these and install it in Slot 2 and you will be fine.


Thanks for help, I got 1024mb (1gig) in slot 1 so will just bang one of these in it.
#24
mikeyp;2783324
PC2 5300 will be fine mate!

Actually your laptop supports PC6400 so better spending a quid more and getting the 800mhz version
http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/5748627/PNY-PC6400-1GB-800MHz-DDR2-200pin-SoDIMM-Laptop-Memory/Product.html

or even the 2gb card:
http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/5748690/PNY-PC6400-2GB-800MHz-DDR2-200pin-SoDIMM-Laptop-Memory/Product.html


Is the PC6400 backward compatible? I have a Sony Vaio VGN C1S and not sure which one to get.
Is the difference in speed between the PC6400 and 5300 noticeable? I thought it was down to the processor, d'oh!

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