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Postby smalin » Tue Aug 02, 2011 9:19 am

Hi all,

Will this memory M378T5663QZ3-CF7 work with xi2528?
If not can any one suggest other one?

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Re: xi2528 ram increase

Postby hikaru » Tue Aug 02, 2011 3:38 pm

No, thse modules won't work since they are for desktops. You need the smaller notebook modules. Watch for some with the following specs:
SO-DIMM DDR2 PC2-5300

This could be an option:
KVR667D2S5K2

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Re: xi2528 ram increase

Postby smalin » Tue Aug 02, 2011 4:59 pm

Thanks for info. You are right. The thing is I was refering to amazon web page and there is something wrong either fab number either spec.

http://www.amazon.de/Channel-Samsung-or ... JGOCL5Z0YI

But firs question is: if the memory with FSB 800MHz and PC2-6400 are going to work here.
Second: there are one side and double side memorys. The original one is one side and I don't know if it can be replaced with double side - is there space for this?

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Re: xi2528 ram increase

Postby hikaru » Tue Aug 02, 2011 6:08 pm

smalin wrote:But firs question is: if the memory with FSB 800MHz and PC2-6400 are going to work here.
In principle they should work but they will be clocked down to 667MHz. However it would be safer to stick to 667MHz modules.

smalin wrote:Second: there are one side and double side memorys. The original one is one side and I don't know if it can be replaced with double side - is there space for this?
There is enough space in the housing for any SO-DIMM DDR2 modules. But "single sided" or "double sided" doesn't refer to the way chips are arranged on the platine, but to how they are connected to the module's BUS. So a single sided module might as well have chips on both sides and vice versa.
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