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Crucial 1GB DDR-333MHz, PC2700, 200-PIN SODIMM 2.5V CL=2.5 Unbuffered Non-ECC Laptop Memory Upgrade - CT12864X335
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- 1GB PC2700 DDR 333MHZ 200PIN SO; Crucial Technology
- DIMM 2.5V CL2.5 Unbuffered Non-ECC Upgrade Memory Module
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- Company Program: Crucial
- Configuration: 128Meg x 64
- DDR Timings: CL=2.5
- DIMM Type: Unbuffered
- Density: 1GB
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From the Manufacturer
Help your laptop perform at its best.
Designed to help your laptop run faster and smoother, a Crucial memory upgrade is one of fastest, most affordable, and easiest ways to improve your system’s performance. Crucial memory empowers your laptop to achieve faster application loading times, faster system responsiveness, and increased ability to multitask and handle data-intensive programs. What does this mean? Spend less time staring at loading screens and more time getting stuff done. Crucial laptop modules are rigorously tested at both the component and module level to ensure that your memory meets our stringent compatibility and performance standards. Every module Crucial manufactures is tested for complete functionality before it leaves our doors. At a fraction of the price of your laptop, an investment in Crucial memory helps your system get up to speed.
Crucial – quality you can depend on.
Crucial is a trusted name when it comes to DRAM, and that’s no coincidence. As a brand of Micron, one of the largest manufacturers of DRAM in the world, Crucial works with our engineers to design, refine, test, manufacture, and support our extensive line of memory modules. To ensure that you get a reliable memory upgrade, Crucial tests every module at the component and module level to make certain that it meets our exacting specifications. If it doesn’t meet or exceed the performance levels that Crucial advertises, then it doesn’t leave our doors. With a product portfolio that includes thousands of upgrades for more than 50,000 systems, Crucial has one specifically designed for you.
- Selection – comprehensive product portfolio includes modules for over 50,000 systems and includes everything from energy-efficient DDR3 modules to legacy DDR modules in a range of densities
- Quality – all of Crucial's memory is manufactured from premium quality DRAM and fully tested at the component and module level for performance, reliability, and system compatibility
- Reliability – backed by over 30 years of DRAM industry experience
- Compatibility – OEM-compatible with the latest PC systems*
*While Crucial memory is OEM-compatible, you’ll want to check your system’s specifications to ensure that the memory you’re ordering works with your system in terms of technology (i.e. DDR, DDR2, DDR3), speed, and module density.
Top Customer Reviews
However, Crucial earns its five-star review (which I'm stingy at giving out) because of their excellent web site that helps buyers navigate the complexities of buying the right memory upgrade for their system. Use their web-based wizard to determine exactly what product you need, then buy it here at Amazon where the prices are invariably better.
With my previous RAM, my system would shutdown randomly and without warning. The sticks were the same brand, just different capacities. It was infuriating when in the middle of working on a document, or on the web. I even swapped the sticks in the slots, but I still had the same problem. I just never knew when the shutdown problem would strike next. Even when I wasn't running any applications, or if I was out of the room, it would shut down. It wasn't a system stress issue.
I had to pull the 512MB stick out and live with 1GB of RAM to have a stable system. This has worked flawlessly for the six months since I tried it. The 512MB worked fine with the HP 256MB RAM that came with the system, but 768MB just wasn't enough for what I do. Something was going on, but I could not duplicate the problem or pinpoint the flaw.
Now I have 2GB of Crucial RAM and it hasn't tripped once. I also upgraded the 4200 RPM 80GB Toshiba HD with a Seagate 7200 RPM 100GB HD (see my review). The 3.2GHz P4 has always been a trooper, but the RAM and HD held it back. Now it's like having a new system.
I had e-mailed Crucial about the compatibility of this ram with my iBook. [...] and many other sites listed the proper ram for my iBook to be 200 pin PC2100 SODIMM. When I used their compatibility tool, it kept taking me to PC2700 so I wanted to make sure this would work for me. BTW, my iBook is the "early 2004" edition. Later iBooks use PC2700 from the start.
Crucial wrote me back promptly and told me that PC2100 is no longer produced and assured me that the PC2700 is the 100% compatible replacement.
I just wanted to share this information in case anyone else with the same iBook is wondering if this will work for them.
I ordered overnight shipping and Amazon came through (as always). It was well packaged/protected. I installed it easily myself, with no issues whatsoever. It was recognized on the first boot. The price is right as well! I'd looked at Best Buy and the least expensive compatible ram was $69.99. I have heard that Crucial is highly recommended by Apple and Mac users so I feel confident using it in my computer and know it will help my resale value in the future.
Since install and laptop usage requiring maxed use of ram have suffered several bsod under winXP, and some crashes running livedvd Linux Mint. Replaced piece with 1 rank to eliminate crucial induced controller mismatch.
Ordered a "1 rank" module but received "2 rank" module. This uses a greater number of chips usually of lesser quality- or density to reduce cost. If I had wanted a "2 rank" module I would have purchased one.
The image at the time of purchase here (and on crucial dot com) shows one row of chips on the visible side. A 2 rank module has 2 ROWS of chips instead of 1 ROW.
Fortunately it does appear to function in the OLDer laptop for which it was purchased. Hopefully there will be no controller gotchas waiting down the line.
This module does use Micron chips. It is a double sided, 2 rank module.
Micron is the only memory manufacturer based in the USA: Idaho. Samsung and Hynix, the number 1 and number 2 largest manufacturer of dram respectively, both hail from South Korea.
If you don't mind "2 rank" or your system has controllers made with this possibility in mind and don't care the chips won't be samsung or micron consider the less costly:
Patriot Signature 1 GB SODIMM PC-2700 DDR-333 Memory Module -PSD1G33316S
That patriot module uses Nanya chips. Patriot might have used Elpida but since Micron acquired Elpida we might not see Elpida branded chips in the future. Micron now might be the 3rd largest dram manufacturer.
Whatever chips Crucial opts to use I hope they'll be a bit more honest with product representation.
I bought two of these sticks to upgrade an older Dell laptop. Looking through Crucial's website was very helpful in determining what type of ram I could install and the specific specifications of the ram I needed to buy. Looking around online I found that amazon had the best deal on the ram I needed.
I give this product five stars because of the usefulness of Crucial's website and that I have not experienced any ram related problems with this product. Overall I would buy Crucial ram again if needed.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
You would not believe how much better a laptop with 1g more of memory would run. Its not in the swap file all the time like it was before.Published 5 months ago by Roger Blanchard
Deserves negative star rating!
Does not work on Apple PowerBook G4 Systems, although it should. I discovered this too late. (Slapped myself silly. Read more