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made this type of memory in the 184 pin standard, because the salesman
said that is what they used. I dont think he knew what i was asking,
and all i ever see online is the 240 pin standard.
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Re: Re: DDR2 pc4200 is it made in the 184 pin standard
> DDR SDRAM is 184 pin. DDR2 is 240 pin.
> http://www.crucial.com/ there are explanations here.
> What Dell?
> >I just bought a Dell with 1GB of DDR2 4200. I was wondering
> if they
> > made this type of memory in the 184 pin standard, because
> the salesman
> > said that is what they used. I dont think he knew what i was
> > and all i ever see online is the 240 pin standard.
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Dell Dimension 8400, with Pentium 4 630 series (3 GHZ). 1 gig of pc2
4200, and the GeForce 6800 256MB PCI express video card.
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