Crucial.com has a database to identify the correct RAM for a PC. It indicted my project PC uses RAM specs:
At these prices, I would be better off buying a new computer for my nephew. That being said, If I could purchase 2GB for ~$10 then this would be economically viable. That being said this computer will be dedicated as an Ubuntu box for a nephew to gain Unix exposure
The crucial.com RAM Specs include:
DDR PC3200 • CL=3 • Unbuffered • NON-ECC • DDR400 • 2.6V • 128Meg x 64
Which of these specs must be explicitly matched with the candidates below to ensure compatibility?
I fed the keywords
into Amazon.com and it returned:
I’d like to ensure that I order an equivalent part. It will require the same physical form factor (184 Pin DIMM). Before ordering these parts, I would appreciate any guidance to avoid ordering incompatible RAM. Thank you for your assistance.
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