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CT2KIT25664AA800 is a 4GB kit consisting of (2) 2GB DDR2 Desktop modules that operates at speeds up to 800MHz and has a CL6 latency. It is Unbuffered and is non-ECC. It conforms to the industry standard UDIMM layout of 240 pins and is compatible with computers that take DDR2 UDIMM memory.
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Exactly as advertised. Great price and fast shipping. I was ready to chuck our old Optiplex 760 with 4gb of ram.. it was the dedicated "Kitchen" computer.. but could barely keep up with multiple websites open, recipes, or Word or Excel open.. No serious CPU tasks.. just basic windows usage would bring it to a screeching halt. I ordered 2 of these kits to put our old PC up to 8GB of RAM (64bit OS) and its a whole new computer. Can take all our open programs with plenty to spare. Okay.. its not DEEP BLUE or the WOPR buts its much faster to use with negligible ram lag.
I've been working to upgrade an old off the shelf desktop in my spare time. Specifically, a Dell Inspiron 531, back from around the mid 2000's (2005-2008). As part of the upgrades, I'm trying to transition it from a 32 bit to 64 bit OS. Naturally to do this, I needed to upgrade the RAM but after reading through some old discussion forums, I heard a rumor that if the BIOS for the - default - motherboard, an Asus M2N61-AX, was updated, that it would gain the ability to recognize 8GB of RAM. But I didn't want to just act on a rumor, so I purchased one stick of 2 GB DDR2 RAM to test what I read about, since I had 3GB of RAM in this desktop already, along with a 64 Bit OS installed on an SSD to serve as the boot drive. If, after installing the new stick and booting up, the Inspiron 531 recognized the stick and in turn the total amount of RAM available as 5 GB, then it would prove what I read was correct. It was. Now, if the rest of the upgrades I have planned work out, I'll consider purchasing three more sticks to increase the RAM to 8 GB. Though regardless if I purchase more of this type or RAM or not, I'm glad I did and I'm also appreciative of Crucial. When it comes to SSDs and RAM, they can compete with other reliable vendors such as Sandisk, ADATA, Intel and Samsung; but, they can come out ahead in terms of being affordable. The latter being quite alright with me.
Took 5 mins to add these sticks of memory for a Dell Inspiron 518 desktop. The memory really did put back the "increase speed and snappiness" back into my old faithful. Running Windows 10 Pro with no issues what so ever. The Curcial website does say 4GB max memory, but I can confirm the Dell 518 does work perfect running 8GB of memory just make sure to get the right timing which is 6-6-6-18.
I have heard that the 518 might run with 16GB, but I didn't want too take the chance and have too return products knowing 100% that it would run on the 8GB
My computer already had one 2 GB stick of memory in it, and had one empty slot, so I ordered this. When my computer nerd friend came over, he had it installed in minutes, and I now have double the memory in my mom's old compaq unit. Now, the computer doesn't slow down when I have 27 tabs open in my CHROME browser.
If you have an empty memory slot, then you should DEFINITELY get the same (or equivalent) memory that is in the other slot. Adding memory to your computer is the cheapest way to improve its performance.
BUT don't just order this stick because I recommend it. Be sure to order the stick that is compatible with your computer. If both of your slots are full, then you have to think about whether it is worth removing both of those and installing larger chipsets, but you need to review the technical requirements of your system to see if that will work. Your computer may already be at its maximum. If you don't know, ask a nerd.
I've had the 4g kit for a year in an MSI motherboard running XP. Perfect for surfing the web.. no sense having anti-virus because Microsoft doesn't support XP....anybody who wants in is going to get in.... might as well let it all hang out! I paired this with a dual core processor I bought at Amazon (digiconcepts (Awesome customer service! Best On The Web)) C'mon people, let it hang!
I upgraded a Dell Inspiron 530 from 2GB to 6GB just by dropping these into the two empty slots. Really nice improvement in usability for very little money. If you've got an older computer, try a memory upgrade before giving up on it and getting a whole new one.
Crucial makes great memory modules. I have been using Crucial for years and will always go to it for the best value for my customers. It is not high end, but it functions well as an all purpose module for general computer use. I use these in home and office computers. For high performance machines, I look to higher memory speeds with heatsinks.
This shipped on time. Was exactly what I ordered, & the specs where as I expected. Solved the need & worked as expected. I have no idea how many times I have relied on Crucial for old memory, but it has been many, many times. They always work. Thanks Crucial.