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Kingston 2 GB DDR2 SDRAM Memory Module 2 GB (1 x 2 GB) 667MHz DDR2 SDRAM 200pin KTD-INSP6000B/2G

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  • Model Number: KTD-INSP6000B/2G
  • Item Package Quantity: 1
  • Hardware Platform: Pc
  • RAM Memory Technology: DDR2
  • Form Factor: SO-DIMM
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Memory Clock Speed 667 MHz 667 MHz 800 MHz 667 MHz
Ram Memory Technology DDR2 DDR2 DDR2 DDR2
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All Kingston memory modules must perform properly to ensure maximum performance. Therefore, Kingston has developed an industry leading quality process to ensure that Kingston memory delivers superior quality, performance, and 100% compatibility with the computing system.

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Product Dimensions 5 x 0.5 x 5 inches
Item Weight 0.8 ounces
Shipping Weight 1.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ASIN B000JQV8EC
Item model number KTD-INSP6000B/2G
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4.1 out of 5 stars 33 customer reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #2,989 in Electronics > Computers & Accessories > Computer Components > Memory
Date first available at Amazon.com October 19, 2006

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By Michael A. Newman VINE VOICE on May 3, 2007
I bought this laptop from Dell and was able to do some customization (it needs at least 1 gig of RAM to work well) and added Microsoft Home Office bringing my price up to $1,100 (including shipping & tax). It is really an excellent device. I did opt for Windows Vista which is a little bit slower than XP when booting and shutting down but is a heck of a lot more user intuitive.

I am not too crazy about the built in device for moving the curser (I prefer the little joystick near the G & H keys) so I had to add a mouse.

I like the silver color and the fact that it doesn't run as hot as some of the other laptops I have used. The battery is not great so I mostly run on AC (this is not a concern for me because I do not travel with it). If this is important to you, you should definately up for a better battery.

The screen resolution if just right and the screen can be viewed from any angle.
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By M. Mattson on February 22, 2007
I had the latest Pentium M laptop before I bought this, and the speed increase with the new Core Duo processor is amazing. I am the type of person who runs many programs at once, and the dual processors make a huge difference. The screen is also brighter and sharper than me previous laptops, and it has the best built-in speakers I've heard. Battery life is good, and despite being a 15.4" widescreen, it is still light in my backpack.
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I purchased my Dell Inspiron 6400 last year. To this point, it has worked reasonably well. Observations?

First, it has been pretty dependable. I have had no real problems with its ordinary, day-to-day operations.

Second, it is fairly light and quite portable, when I take it with me to conferences or meetings or even vacations (have to keep up with work, after all!).

Third, there are relatively few occasions when the computer malfunctions (e.g., freezes up).

So, in the end, I'm a pretty satisfied customer, although I acknowledge some of those irritating issues.
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If you buy two of this your laptop could have 4Gb.
I said "could" cause 32bit as Windows XP can manage total memory of 4Gb.
If you have a video card that has 512Mb, then, despite you get 4Gb RAM, your computer will be able to manage only 3,5Gb.
It's worsty than you thinking now.
You have the video card, mother board, etc...
I've bought 4Gb and my Windows XP (Toshiba P105-S921) only can manage 3Gb.
It's good anyway!!! :)
The price is very good by now (6/8/2007).

Sorry about the English! I'm brazilian!!! :)
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Dell laptops are not as evil as the 3 lower comments make them seem. It takes some basic user knowledge to get accustomed with the product. There is no need to 'knock' Dell down because of a bad user experience.

Blue screens are usually caused by bad programming or writing of software. Blue screens have codes that say "error: xxx" where XXX is the name and code of the problem. MOST bluescreens are MEMORY PARITY problems -- bad programming of software.

Dell not responding to customer issues is absurd. I have never had that experience in the 15 years I've been contacting Dell for any situation.

My suggestion to people who have "so much trouble" is to figure out why others do not. You may not realize that installing and uninstalling through the Windows installer is the proper way to install. Installing through each individual programs installer is WRONG. This advice will fix 9% of problems out there dealing with "my laptop is slow now!"
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I replaced the Ram in my mac with this module and saw an immediate performance boost. Don't waste money buying directly from the manufacturer (ie when you buy your mac) save a few hundred bucks and upgrade with this.

Works like a charm.
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Kingston Technology is a US Company that have also been around since
1987 and their legendary products and warranty is 2nd to none.

My 20yrs in the game tells me to seek out those Kingston chips if I
really want peace of mind, quality and product support.

Sometimes you may have to pay just a little more for quality but it is
ultimately worth it!

I now have 2 6yr old legendary Dell Latitude D630's back on the road
running very well with these ram chips and other Kingston Solid State components.

I guess my real luck was finding them at a comfortable price on Amazon,
and I did compare prices and availability at all those other usual places
too!

Peter M
pm
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the case is just beautiful i have had mine for a year now. I have had zero problems with it besides the dvd rom going out but dell replaced it with a DVD burner.. so i dont really see that as a bad thing. To use this computer to the fullest though you do need to upgrade it mine is a 1.83ghz dual core with 677 bus i only have a 60gp hard drive in it but it is a 7200RPM so its fast. I took the liberity of upgrading from 1gig of ram to 2gigs and wow now it pretty much owns. Dells are a great value for the price. But i would say you do want to upgrade to the 2 gigs of ram if you plan on using Vista at all.. but vista sucks so i wouldnt bother. you people who have issues with Dell just must not know how to use a computer? lol i have owned 8 diffrent dells and none of them have had any of these problems everyone is talking about. I would say if you are not very good with computers and you need your hand held... get a mac they will babysit you all day :)
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