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Corsair 2GB (1x2GB) DDR2 667 MHz (PC2 5300) Laptop Memory (VS2GSDS667D2)
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- Corsair Memory is optimized for the Microsoft® Windows® Vista client operating system
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- 2GB PC5300 667MHz 200-pin DDR2 Timing: 5-5-5-15 1.8v
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- Model Name: Corsair Value Select
- Model Number: VS2GSDS667D2
- Item Package Quantity: 1
- Hardware Platform: PC
- RAM Memory Technology: DRAM, DDR II SDRAM
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Computer used: Dell Mini 9 (Inspiron 910) with Windows XP ULCPC Home SP-3
The Mini 9 came from Dell with a mere 512MB, which bogged down the already slow computer with the pre-loaded Dell bloatware. I wanted to max out the memory as early as possible and Dell charged an outrageous price to upgrade to 1 GB from the factory. For the same price, I could buy a 2GB stick and max out the laptop, so it came down to the few quality vendors that produced 2GB DDR2 SODIMM modules. Corsair has a great reputation and the best price and I did not even have to mess with rebates.
The RAM is advertised with a CAS Latency of 5 at 667 MHz. The Dell Mini 9 and other netbooks that use the Intel Atom N270 processor (533 MHz FSB) will run the memory at CAS 4 straight from the SPD settings. I was not expecting or demanding lightning fast performance from the Mini 9, but I did want to max out the RAM capacity. I've run XP in 256MB and 512MB environments and found XP to be livable at 512MB so long as you're not using "intensive" applications like Firefox, Photoshop, audio editing applications, Office, and anti-virus programs. Many new applications like Norton, Symantec, AVG, and Avast are bloatware disguised as applications. From experience, a clean XP boot with normal applications like Outlook, Firefox, and Avast Anti-Virus will require at least 300-400 MB of physical memory. Once you start to do work with some applications, that quickly exceeds 512MB and begins to use your page file. Therefore, I recommend at LEAST 1GB of RAM for XP and Vista.Read more ›
So I got my new RAM popped it in and it worked. Then at some point later, I dunno a few months, I was poking around in system info and noticed only 1 GB detected. Yeah sure enough I'm running on 1 GB. So I reboot, windows xp still sees 1 GB. I reboot running memtest86, memtest86 is seeing 2GB, but at the wrong speed settings, DDR443 not DDR667. memtest86 looks good so back into windows and windows is seeing 2 GB now. So now I'm realizing that every time I boot its getting detected at different speeds and different sizes. Is it my RAM's fault or my motherboard or what. I don't know. I'm waiting to hear back from corsair, and who knows how long that will take.
The bottom line is I've had 2 problems with 2 sticks, which is statistically very unlikely to happen to anyone. Usually when you have a problem you count yourself as unlucky, well I guess I'm super unlucky. But more than that it's that Corsair hasn't exactly made me feel good about buying their products. Next time I'm in the market for RAM I will remember my poor experiences with their RMA process and avoid them. This is the only RAM I've ever had fail in 24 years of computing, just for the record. And to be 100% clear it's not the failures but the RMA process I am unhappy with.
I know that the Asus EEE 900 has a lot of issues and is picky about what memory you can put in it, but this name brand Corsair stick worked perfectly and the price is well within most people's budget. For about $20 you can max out the system's memory capacity which will allow for better program performance. Highly recommended!
It was part of an upgrade to this netbook where I installed a large Corsair SSD (Solid State Drive) and changed the operating system from Linix (sp) to Win XP Professional with MS Office Professional.
My goal was to build a computer that was rugged, light weight and could contain my business contacts (>4000) so I could maintain my business dealings while on the road (I'm the mule that has to carry all my STUFF, so it's gotta be light, and cell phones just don't do the job ... even the (ugg i-phone))
I reached my goal, it works good, very reliable ... mucho happy with it!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Anyone who works with computers / RAM knows that components can be dead on arrival, and you simply return and try again. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Scott Kinney
Item DOA. Amazon prohibits further useful comments that provide distinction or clarification.Published 15 months ago by 1sojourner
Worked perfectly on my HP EliteBook 8710w.
Now my Ubuntu works fine with 4gb RAM. It was easy to install.