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June 15, 2005, 10:43 am
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I want to get a 1GB stick of RAM for my Dell Latitude D400.
I know DDR PC2700, CL=2.5, NON-ECC RAM will work in it, since that is
what the stick which is currently in the machine is.
But, I would like to buy the fastest RAM available (even if my D400
cannot take advantage of the speed) since it will be useful to me in my
next laptop if I get the fastest available and usable.
Does anyone know if DDR2 PC2-4200, CL=4, NON-ECC RAM would work in this
Price not really an issue.
Thanks for your help,
Re: What is the fastest RAM I can use in a Dell Latitude D400?
I don't think you can put DDR2 memory in a DDR memory slot. Why buy
high-speed memory ahead of time? Prices will be 1/4 what they are
today when you get that new laptop, and you'll want the terabyte
memory sticks then, and it'll need DDR4 anyway...