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256MB DDR 266MHz Desktop Memory

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Overview

  • Upgrade your PC's RAM by an additional 256MB
  • DDR Non-ECC memory module
  • PC2100 / 266MHz

Product overview

• Upgrade your PC's RAM by an additional 256MB• DDR Non-ECC memory module• PC2100 / 266MHz
• 184-pin Dual In-line Memory Module (DIMM)
• CAS latency: 2.5 cycles
• Voltage: 2.5V
• Delivered in anti-static packaging

Upgrading the memory in your desktop PC is one the most cost effective ways to boost performance. Memory upgrades are quick and easy to install. Adding extra memory ensures that the operating system and applications run faster and smoother and is essential for applications such as gaming, HD video and image editing, graphic design, multi-tasking and manipulating large amounts of data. Upgrading is also an easy way of extending the life of your system.

You are very coy about stating whether this is DDR2, DDR3, or DDR4. I wonder why?

Asked by: Fred
That's because it is none of those standards. It is described as just DDR memory because quite simply it is just DDR memory it would be used for very very old systems that used the original 266 MHz DDR ram. The following Wikipedia article may prove helpful. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DDR_SDRAM
Answered by: Les
Date published: 2016-11-09

Is a MB Memory Better than a GB

Asked by: Jason
No MB is a smaller unit of memory than GB. One GB is the equivalent of one thousand MB.
Answered by: Billy
Date published: 2015-07-17
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