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Crucial 1GB DDR-333 UDIMM

CT12864Z335

  • Brand: Crucial
  • Form Factor: UDIMM
  • Total Capacity: 1GB
  • Warranty: Limited Lifetime
  • Specs: DDR PC2700 • CL=2.5 • Unbuffered • NON-ECC • DDR333 • 2.5V • 128Meg x 64 •
  • Series: Crucial
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    product information

    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 UDIMM
    Total Capacity 1GB
    Warranty Limited Lifetime
    Specs DDR PC2700 • CL=2.5 • Unbuffered • NON-ECC • DDR333 • 2.5V • 128Meg x 64 •
    Series Crucial
    ECC NON-ECC
    Module Qty 1
    Speed 1066 MT/S
    Tracer False
    Voltage 2.5V
    DIMM Type Unbuffered
    Bullet Features Increases system performance
    More information

    184-pin DIMM

    A dual inline memory module (DIMM) consists of a number of memory components (usually black) that are attached to a printed circuit board (usually green). The gold pins on the bottom of the DIMM provide a connection between the module and a socket on a larger printed circuit board. The pins on the front and back of a DIMM are not connected to each other.

    184-pin DIMMs are used to provide DDR SDRAM memory for desktop computers. Standard 184-pin DIMMs are available in PC1600 DDR SDRAM, PC2100 DDR SDRAM, PC2700 DDR SDRAM, and PC3200 DDR SDRAM.

    To use DDR memory, your system motherboard must have 184-pin DIMM slots and a DDR-enabled chipset. A DDR SDRAM DIMM will not fit into a standard SDRAM DIMM socket. (Information about which memory technology your system uses is included in the Crucial Memory Advisor™ tool.)

    The number of black components on a 184-pin DIMM can vary, but it always has 92 pins on the front and 92 pins on the back, for a total of 184. 184-pin DIMMs are approximately 5.25 inches long and 1.25 inches high, though the heights can vary. While 184-pin DIMMs and 168-pin DIMMs are approximately the same size, 184-pin DIMMs have only one notch within the row of pins.

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    • Q:

      Is this hi density or low density.
      Asked on 12/9/2011 by Anonymous

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        These are standard low density parts.

        Answered on 12/13/2011 by Crucial Support from Meridian, Idaho
    • Q:

      What is the difference between the recommended upgrade CT323835 1GB PC2700 DDR-333MHz and the similar CT12864Z335 1GB 184-Pin DDR SDRAM DDR 333? Will CT12864Z335 work in the Dell 2400?
      Asked on 12/8/2011 by Joey

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        The part CT323835 relates the technical part of CT12864Z335 to this particular system. You can install the CT12864Z335 in your system.

        Answered on 12/9/2011 by Crucial Support from Meridian, Idaho
    • Q:

      The scan recommended BOTH PC2700(333) and PC3200(400) RAM for my 8 yr old computer. The PC2700 memory is what I orginally thought I should get. But now I wonder if there will be any damage to the motherboard or any other part of my computer if I get the faster PC3200 memory instead? They both cost the same right now but I am cautious about any negative or disastrous effects of having faster memory installed than the computer can handle or is intended to originally use. Can you please give me the pros and cons of such an idea and specifics on whether I would actually blow up my computer or kill it if I used the PC3200 memory instead. THANK YOU!
      Asked on 10/26/2011 by Anonymous

      3 answers

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        Both of these speeds are fully compatible with the system. DDR memory has the ability to clock down to a slower speed should it need to - you can therefore add PC3200 no problem.

        Answered on 10/27/2011 by Crucial Support from Meridian, Idaho
      • VERIFIED BUYER

        A:

        Use the fastest that Crucial recommends.

        Answered on 10/28/2011 by Ron from New Jersey
      • VERIFIED BUYER

        A:

        I had the same reservation. My computer was built by a friend of mine about 6 six yrs. ago. Crucial ran the scan test online and came up with the RAM that was compatible with my computer. They also have an online tech that can talk to you and answer your questions for you. I was scared to death that it was going to burn up my computer, but it works just fine.

        Answered on 10/29/2011 by katydid993 from Colmesneil, TX.
    • Q:

      is this unit thick density or is it thin
      Asked on 10/18/2011 by alfreddodie from US

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        This part is a standard low density module.

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

      are these high density or low?
      Asked on 10/10/2011 by jamie from Laurinburg, NC

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        That memory module part is standard low density.

        Answered on 10/12/2011 by Crucial Support from Meridian, Idaho
    • Q:

      What is the difference between this product (CT321150) and CT12864Z335? The specs look identical.
      Asked on 9/21/2011 by Ray from Chino Hills, Ca

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        These are the same parts. Part CT321150 is a specific website part number to link a part to a system. CT12864Z335 is the actual technical part number you would receive ordering CT321150.

        Answered on 9/23/2011 by Crucial Support from Meridian, Idaho
    • Q:

      Is this (CT12864Z335) compatible with a Compaq Presario SR1230NX Desktop PC?
      Mb manufacturer name: ASUS A7V8X-LA
      HP/Compaq name: Kelut-GL6E

      Thanks,
      Asked on 9/5/2011 by Anonymous

      1 answer

    • Q:

      is this memory high or low density and does it make any difference?
      Asked on 8/13/2011 by Stan the Man from West Palm, Florida

      1 answer

    • Q:

      so cant you just answer whether its high or low density?????????
      Asked on 8/10/2011 by Anonymous

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        This is a low density module.

        Answered on 8/12/2011 by Crucial Support from Meridian, Idaho
    • Q:

      I have the older Dell Dimension 2400 desktop. In researching your site It looks as though the unit can handle 2GB but most look like they install 1GB. What do you recommend? If 1GB is it better to run 1GB or 2 512GB? Thank you
      Asked on 8/4/2011 by Tim from Tucson AZ

      6 answers

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        This system will happily support 2GB over two slots with no issues.

        http://www.crucial.com/store/listparts.asp?model=Dimension+2400+Series

        Answered on 8/5/2011 by Crucial Support from Meridian, Idaho
      • VERIFIED BUYER

        A:

        My Dell 2400 came with XP and 256mb RAM. After about 10 years it was pretty slow on a lot of the more complex web sites. I upgraded with a 1GB RAM to give me 1.256 GB, and now it's as fast as I could ever want. Web sites that used to take several minutes to navigate now are practically instantaneous.
        The Dell 2400 can take 2 RAM sticks making up to 2GB. The instructional videos are really good at showing how easy it is to install. With my computer, 1.256 GB is as fast as I could want right now anyway.

        Answered on 12/2/2011 by nipoleon from Las Vegas
      • VERIFIED BUYER

        A:

        Tim, I also have the older Dell Dimension 2400 desktop. It is about 10 years old. The orginal came with 256mb, then I upgraded to 512mb and then purchased the crucial 1gb, so total memory is 1.5gb. With the increased memory, performance was not any better or worse. Thought I would provide you some info with my experience on increasing memory.

        Tom

        Answered on 8/8/2011 by Tom from Aiea, Hi
      • VERIFIED BUYER

        A:

        2GB has not improved the older stock system over 1GB. Though I did not try 2 512's I assumed that the transfer rate for 1 card will be faster. At 1GB memory the micro processor is still the bottleneck for upgrading speed;but oh so much better than the original 256.

        Answered on 9/3/2011 by Get 'er done from Macon,Ga
      • VERIFIED BUYER

        A:

        I had a 512GB and increased it to 1GB then, thinking that 1 more gb would help I installed it and it didn't made any difference. I also have an older 2400.

        Answered on 11/11/2011 by JC from Reynoldsburg, Ohio
      • VERIFIED BUYER

        A:

        I added 1G to 128M. I'd say add 1g to what you have.

        Answered on 12/2/2011 by Bob the Plodder from Fargo, ND
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