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Old April 13th 08, 05:54 PM posted to alt.sys.pc-clone.acer
Jeff
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Default Aspire 3003 Ram Compatability?

Looking at a Ram upgrade for my Acer Aspire 3003 WLCI. Currently it has a
512 Mb stick and the Crucial advisor lists 5 compatabile 1 Gb sodimms for
about $85+US (.1 Gb DDR PC2700 CL=2.5 Unbuffered NON-ECC . DDR333 . 2.5V .
128Meg x 64 Part #: CT456534). I have an opportunity to get a 1Gb stick
locally for about $45 (CT12864X335) that seems to match the specs but is
not on the recommended list for my laptop. Could someone enlighten me on
what the possible differences between the 2 could be and hazard a guess on
the compatability of the local stuff?
TIA
Jeff
http://www.crucial.com/store/partspe...le=CT12864X335

http://www.crucial.com/systemscanner...4DCE4331D926C3


 




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