March 18th, 2014, 12:25 PM
Trying to upgrade RAM for a computer
I am trying to upgrade RAM for a computer:
Based on an article from CNET, here are the specs the RAM on this computer (eMachines T3304):
Installed Size 256.0 MB/2.0 GB (max)
Technology DDR SDRAM
Memory Speed 400 MHz
Memory Specification Compliance PC3200
Form Factor DIMM 184-pin
Upgrade Rule Max 1 x2 GB module
Here are two RAM that are listed on ebay:
1. Dell 1GB DDR RAM PC3200 400MHz 184-Pin NON-ECC Mem, DIMM.
2. Corsair, DDR2 SDRAM, DIMM, 184, PC2-3200 (DDR2-400), 400MHz, CAS Latency 3 ECC Support non-ECC
Do you guys/girls know if any of these two rams will with fit the computer? The 1st one has "NON-ECC Mem" which is not mentioned on the specs of the computer and the 2nd one has "DDR2, CAS Latency 3 ECC Support non-ECC" which is not listed on the specs of the computer neither.
March 18th, 2014, 03:34 PM
That machine appears to take DDR, not DDR2.
Here is a link to the Crucial configurator describing the RAM it recommends, and it may be a help to you.
March 19th, 2014, 05:48 AM
Corsair RAM have great compatibility than Dell RAM.
ECC just the error check feature.
I would suggest confirm with seller in advanced to double check.
Hope this helps,
Tech manager, Wptinc
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