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Crucial 4GB Kit (2 x 2GB) DDR2-800 SODIMM

CT2KIT25664AC800

  • Brand: Crucial
  • Form Factor: SODIMM
  • Total Capacity: 4GB kit (2GBx2)
  • Warranty: Limited Lifetime
  • Specs: DDR2 PC2-6400 • CL=6 • Unbuffered • NON-ECC • DDR2-800 • 1.8V • 256Meg x 64 •
  • Series: Crucial
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    Amount of available storage on the module. If there are parenthesis shown – for example (2 x 4GB) – it indicates a kit of 2 or more identical modules is used to reach the Total Capacity.
    Number of modules. Memory can be installed as single modules or in kits comprised of 2 or more identical modules. Each module requires its own slot for installation.
    Product Specifications
    Brand Crucial
    Form Factor SODIMM
    Total Capacity 4GB kit (2GBx2)
    Warranty Limited Lifetime
    Specs DDR2 PC2-6400 • CL=6 • Unbuffered • NON-ECC • DDR2-800 • 1.8V • 256Meg x 64 •
    Series Crucial
    ECC NON-ECC
    Module Qty 2
    Speed 1066 MT/S
    Tracer False
    Voltage 1.8V
    DIMM Type Unbuffered
    Bullet Features Increases system performance
    More information

    200-pin SODIMM

    A small outline dual inline memory module (SODIMM) consists of a number of memory components (usually black) that are attached to a printed circuit board (usually green). SODIMMs get their name because they are smaller and thinner than regular DIMMs. The gold pins on the bottom of the SODIMM provide a connection between the module and a socket on a larger printed circuit board. The pins on the front and back of a SODIMM are not connected.

    200-pin SODIMMs are used to provide DDR and DDR2 SDRAM memory for notebook computers. To use DDR or DDR2 memory, your system motherboard must have 200-pin SODIMM slots and a DDR- or DDR2-enabled chipset. A DDR or DDR2 SODIMM will not fit into a standard SDRAM SODIMM socket. (Information about which memory technology your system uses is included in the Crucial Memory Advisor™ tool.)

    The number of black components on a 200-pin SODIMM can vary, but it always has 100 pins on the front and 100 pins on the back, for a total of 200. 200-pin SODIMMs are approximately 2.625 inches long and 1.25 inches high, though the heights can vary. Like 144-pin SODIMMs, 200-pin SODIMMs have one small notch within the row of pins; however, the notch on the 200-pin SODIMMs is closer to the left side of the module.

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    • Q:

      HI! I would like to know which of the two SoDIMM specifications could make me happier with my Inspiron 1420: A SoDIMM @800 MHZ CL=6 or a SoDIMM @667 MHZ but CL=5. Thank you!
      Asked on 11/30/2011 by EHnois!

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        The 800 Mhz, PC2 -6400 modules are faster. Though this may not be a noticeable difference when installed.

        Answered on 12/1/2011 by Crucial Support from Meridian, Idaho
    • Q:

      Can I install an 8GB kit in my iMac & if so what is the product name and cost? - John
      Asked on 10/28/2011 by John from Orinda, CA

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        Your iMac, can take a maximum of 4GB over the two slots. You will not be able to install 8GB into this system.

        Answered on 10/31/2011 by Crucial Support from Meridian, Idaho
    • Q:

      I have e6400 BIOS A19 running on it. Do I need BIOS upgraded to use this memory?
      Asked on 10/18/2011 by Anonymous

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        A BIOS update is not automatically required after a RAM upgrade although it can be. The best thing is to install the RAM and if it works fine with no issues (none are anticipated as such) then there will be no need to update the BIOS from the Dell website.

        Answered on 10/19/2011 by Crucial Support from Meridian, Idaho
    • Q:

      Internet video runs choppy, only have 1 gig of ram will a 4 gb upgrade fix this
      Asked on 9/27/2011 by Anonymous

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        Video files can be rather large and playing them can take up a lot of RAM. Upgrading your memory will allow you to run larger files without your system slowing down so it should help with the issues you are having.

        Answered on 9/29/2011 by Crucial Support from Meridian, Idaho
    • Q:

      Can i put 2 4GB memory cards into my iMAC so that it has 8GB of memory?
      Asked on 9/25/2011 by Anonymous

      2 answers

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        The maximum memory this system can take is 4GB so you would not be able to put 8GB in this system it would not work.

        Answered on 9/28/2011 by Crucial Support from Meridian, Idaho
      • VERIFIED BUYER

        A:

        no

        Answered on 11/4/2011 by mistawicky from va beach, va.
    • Q:

      What does the 6400 mean (Feature: DDR2 PC2-6400), i.e., what is the difference between this and RAM with identical specs except for Feature: DDR2 PC2-5300?
      Asked on 8/25/2011 by Anonymous from USA

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        Two speeds of RAM are supported on your model – 667MHz (PC2-5300) and 800MHz (PC2-6400). The speed the RAM can run at depends on what the memory bus speed is set to in your BIOS. You can check what this is set to, match the speed of the current RAM (check the module label or try running the system scanner on our website) or just opt for the faster speed and it will clock down to the slower speed if necessary. Only a 64-bit version of Windows will address and utilize the full 4GB. Otherwise, with a 32-bit version only about 3GB-3.5GB will be seen and used.
        You can view and order parts from here:
        http://www.crucial.com/store/listparts.asp?model=XPS+M1710

        Answered on 8/26/2011 by Crucial Support from Meridian, Idaho
    • Q:

      I have a 2048MB which is equal to 2GB. Can I purchase one 2 GB and trade it out with the 1024 MB so that it adds up to 4 GB. The manufacturer will not be the same though. I know your in business to make money but I'm unemployed and need all the help I can get.
      Asked on 8/20/2011 by MissThang from Richland Hills, TX

      1 answer

    • Q:

      What is the difference between DDR2 PC2 6400 and DDR2 PC2 5300? They're both compatible, same price - so why choose one over the other?
      Asked on 7/23/2011 by Anonymous

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        The difference between both modules is the speed to which the data is transferred from the memory module to the CPU: PC2-6400 (800MHz) and PC2-5300 (667MHz). We would always recommend you to go for the fastest memory modules, however please note that when memory modules with different speeds are mixed in a system they will all only run as fast as the slowest memory module installed.

        Answered on 7/25/2011 by Crucial Support from Meridian, Idaho
    • Q:

      Do I have to install anything for these? Do I get two cards at 2GB each?
      Asked on 6/11/2011 by Dan from milwaukee

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        No, memory is fully plug-and-play. Once you have installed the modules the computer will take over and automatically make any necessary adjustments. This 4GB kit is a matched pair of two 2GB modules.

        Answered on 6/17/2011 by Crucial Support from Meridian, Idaho
    • Q:

      Would 800 Mhz work faster for my HP DV9723 Ca than 667 Mhz?
      Asked on 6/2/2011 by Stephane from Montreal, Quebec

      1 answer

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