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Kingston KVR667D2S5/2G ValueRAM 2GB 667MHz DDR2 Non-ECC CL5 SO-DIMM Notebook Memory
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- 2GB module of 667MHz DDR2 desktop memory
- Specifically designed and tested for compatibility in various makes and models of desktop computers
- 200-pin unbuffered DIMM
- From the industry leader in PC memory
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Kingston is the industry leader in PC memory. ValueRAM SODIMM or notebook memory is designed to increase productivity and help your notebook work faster. Kingston ValueRAM is ideal for those who purchase memory by spec and are looking for competitively priced generic memory that is 100-percent tested to meet industry specifications. Product is backed by a lifetime warranty and free technical support. Included in the package is one 2 GB module of 667MHz DDR2 memory. Specs are standard Non-ECC, 200-pin unbuffered SODIMM.
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Now, I'm going to have Ubuntu 10.04 Remix for netbooks installed and have the preloaded Linux OS and programs that came with the eee900 removed. I have the eee900 built without a hard drive; rather a 20 GB partitioned SSD; 4 & 16. I dropped in a 16G SDHC card that I already owned and bought 32G thumb drive for $39.95. I now have a terrific little netbook with a 2010 operating system and 64G of data storage. Although Ubuntu 10.04 Remix for netbooks is open source and free, I didn't have the knowledge how to download it to a USB flash drive to load it into the eee900. I literally searched the web for a source for the OS on a USB flash drive. The Ubuntu source page says that they're planning to make CDs and flash drives for sale with these OSs, but not so, now. The only place I could find the program on a USB flash drive was Osdisc.com
If you have a netbook like mine, with 1G of Ram, check out what you need to upgrade it to 2G and do it. Some published reviews said I wouldn't see a difference in performance. They're wrong! I noticed a change in speed/performance immediately.
If you're not a hardcore techno-nerd and you just want your computer stuff not to give you a hassle, this is the memory for you. I didn't do any bench tests and I can't tell you how it impacted my clock speed.
However, I *can* tell you that it fit into the memory slots on my MacBook with ease. I can tell you that my MacBook recognized it on the first try. I can tell you that my MacBook now cruises through tasks it used to treat sluggishly, and it no longer gags when I have more than 4 programs open in memory. I don't do any hard core gaming on a MacBook (who would??) but I do some processor-intensive tasks with engineering spreadsheets and mid-level Photoshop, and it handles those things without difficulty.
It's a great price for excellent memory. Buy some.
Needed this for a friend's older notebook bogged down and inadequate(XP install).
I did all my clean up and improvement tricks, but plain and simple she need RAM. Easy to deal with, arrived quickly, completely compatible...and course, an immediate improvement!
Remember XP really cannot use more than 3 meg...BUT IT NEEDS ALL that you can cram in! Cheap effective improvements.
Fill your unit up while cheap and available...
And make sure that your friends can "clean", defragment- both how and why.
PLEASE get them an up to date AntiVirus. Microsoft Security Essentials or AVG are both FREE and work well.
Make sure they have ALL security updates and Service Packs...you will be both a hero and reduce your efforts at "fixing" their problems.
Next, maybe they will give Linux a try (dual boot)?
Surely when they get a new notebook I will be be able to sneak Linux on to this old warhorse (Thinkpad T60)!?!