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About this product
- DescriptionThis 1 GB DDR SDRAM model is manufactured by Kingston. It is compatible with DIMM 184-pin slots and features 400 MHz clock frequency. With 1-moduled structure, this product has CL3 latency. The Kingston PC3200 (DDR-400) memory ensures stable performance, facilitating an optimal computing experience.
- TypeDDR SDRAM
- Total Capacity1 GB
- Modules Quantity1
- Bus Clock400 MHz
- Form FactorDIMM 184-pin
- PC RatingPC3200 (DDR-400)
- CAS LatencyCL3
Most relevant reviews
- minggangmo24 Sep, 2013by
Genuine product at a good price, good performance as expected.
This is bought for an Acer Veriton 7600GT PC, to replace failed Corsair Value memories. A dual-channel configuration has been setup, so the memory performance of this PC is now enhanced greatly (Windows Epxerience Index value for RAM increased from 4.1 to 4.9).
- 0162busman102 May, 2012by
Kingston seem a good buy
Having used Kingston products before, I needed to upgrade my Ram and chose Kingston 1gb since installing have had no problem with it,only problem I had was I matched with a 512mb which seemed to cause a little instability. My fault not prduct. Removed 512mb and can now install a 1gb card to max. 2gb, if I so wish.
- glenranmini19 Aug, 2011by
Made my PC both faster and Quieter.
The more memory you have, the less it needs to perform disk reads and writes. This both speeds up your computer and makes it quieter.
- gym3929 Apr, 2011by
Normally without problem, but ...
As low density modules they are normally compatible with any motherboard, even in dual channel. Provided they had no accident, there is no limit to their life, if unfortunatly, it's the case, a test with MEMTEST86+ will show the problem if you fail to boot windows. Check if the vendor says he has tested them. Be aware that the lifetime warranty is provided only to the first buyer and an invoice is mandatory to apply for.
- foreverblue200310 May, 2010by
You really can't go wrong with Kingston memory. Fast, stable and reliable, it's an easy and relatively cheap way to upgrade a computer. Especially if it's an older model. The difference in performance is immediate and you will get a few more months out of your system before having to upgrade.