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im upgrading the ram and i know i need 2gb of sodimm memory. however on amazon it seems there are 2 different types.
the ones with 4 squares on them : http://www.amazon.co.uk/Kingston-533MHz-SO-DIMM-Memory-Module/dp/B000ILGFFU/ref=sr_1_7?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1230553669&sr=1-7
and the ones with 8 squares on them: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Kingston-667MHz-DDR2-Non-ECC-SODIMM/dp/B000JREMTO/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1230553669&sr=1-1
which is the right one, or are they both ok to use?
I would check on ebay aswell, there are many places with samsung nc10 upgrade.
Looks like they are different speeds, I think either will work fine. The RAM will run at 533MHZ no matter which you buy so it shouldn’t make a difference. Arguably “branded” RAM etc is more reliable but many people will just suggest getting the cheapest!
I’ve linked to the one I bought in my RAM Upgrade article. Buy that one and I can confirm it will work in an NC10!
ok thanks, i know it downclocks it from 800mhz if you buy one with that frequency, but i thought it was to 667mhz? so what are the little squares on the back? i’ve seen 4 and 8 squares on rams of the same speed
The little squares are the memory chips, if the images are correct then one uses more chips with less memory on each to make up the total of 2GB.
oh rite that makes sense, cheers.
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