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Crucial 4GB Kit (2GBx2) DDR2 800MHz (PC2-6400) CL6 SODIMM 200-Pin Notebook Memory Modules CT2KIT25664AC800
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- Memory_Standard - DDR2-800/PC2-6400
- Memory_Technology - DDR2 SDRAM
- Memory_Size - 4 GB
- Form_Factor - SoDIMM
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- Company Program: Crucial
- Configuration: 256Meg x 64
- DDR Timings: CL=6
- DIMM Type: Unbuffered
- Density: 4GB kit (2GBx2)
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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
Installation was easy, and the computer boots up a lot faster now. I see an appreciable improvement in the time it takes to launch Adobe CS suite applications.
Be aware the 32Bit Operation System such as Windows Vista and Windows 7 32Bit would only use max of 3.5GB of RAM and buying something more than 4Gigs for these system won't improve your performance until upgrading the the 64Bit version.
Also when I purchased this back in November 2010, it was around $80 and see is now (as of Oct 5, 2011) it's down to $50.
My laptop runs Windows XP Professional 32 bits. That of course means that my system only sees 3.49GBs of the 4GBs installed memory. The only way to get the laptop to see the entire installed 4GBs of ram is to upgrade to 64 bits operating system such as windows XP 64 bits or Windows 7 64 bits. Nevertheless, I am happy with the performance of my laptop as it is now.
NB: Upgrading the memory in Dell laptops can be a pain for a non-techie especially the Inspiron and Latitude series. This is because Dell engineers in their infinite wisdom decided to hide module A ram under the keyboard of all places. To get to it you must remove the keyboard. There is a youtube video posted by a user named iftibashir. The title of the post is "Upgrading RAM in a Dell Notebook". It is 8.05 minutes long and clearly shows how to do this even if you are not a geek. Hope this helps.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It took less time to switch the modules than it did to reconnect everything back into the tired 7.5 year old laptop. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Michael Sweet
easily installed in my dell latitude d630 and works like a champ with no problems!Published 20 days ago by David Chin
thank you jesus my old ram really sucked. this really helped my 09' mac run better.Published 21 days ago by Amazon Customer
I upgraded my old iMac from stock 1GB ram to 4GB and the boot in performance made all the difference!Published 1 month ago by J. Chung
First, this was very easy to do so don't sweat it. Second, I finally got to put it through its paces, so to speak. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Leo Schneggenburger