[clug] TGA - 1 x 1GB SO-DIMM - update
chris at kororaa.org
Wed Feb 28 08:52:04 GMT 2007
I have one ram SIMM left.
I gave away one which worked (passed memtest) in a Dell 6400 laptop, but
it _only_ passed when used in conjunction with another SIMM that was
running at 533MHZ (i.e therefore forcing the new SIMM to run at a slower
speed). So running the new SIMMs at 533MHz instead of 667 seems to work
well. Just to re-cap, memtest failed when the new SIMM was on its own
(and was therefore running at 667 MHz), but worked at 533MHz.
So if anyone has a laptop that uses DDR2 533MHz ram, but not 667, then
this ram might work well in your laptop.
Still it might also work in someone's laptop that uses 667, so if you're
interested let me know!
Chris Smart wrote:
> I have 2 x 1GB Corsair SO-DIMM ram to give away.
> They do NOT work in my Macbook, and I tried them in Pascal's Dell
> 6200-something-a-rather and they didn't work in that either.
> So don't get too excited, they appear to be quite temperamental in
> regards to compatibility.
> Last time I gave some bags away people didn't read the specs I posted
> and they didn't fit, so PLEASE if you want this ram then do your
> research and see if it is supposed to work in your laptop. If you
> think it will work, then email me and bring an appropriate screwdriver
> along with your laptop to CLUG, we'll install the modules and test
> with memtest86 to make sure they are happy. If they are, then you can
> have them FOC.
> They'll go to the first person who contacts me and that works in their
> laptop, however if we have a few people interested I might split them
> and give one module to each person. If not, then one lucky and
> compatible person can have the 2GB to him/herself.
> So, the module name and model number are:
> Corsair ValueSelect 1GB DDR2 667 200pin SO-DIMM (PC2-5300 128M x 64)
> If there are multiple versions of this ram, these would be the first
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