Question about Dell OptiPlex GX260 PC Desktop
She has a Dell , Optiplex GX 260.
I had "Crucial" scan it for what it may need.
They say PC 2700 card.
MOst others that I filled in the necc. blanks to find out what type says:
PC 2100 card
It also gave the normal. 1GB card ( which I wanted ) 184 pin,
DIMM, DDR, (only the speed was different ) NON ECC Unbuffered etc.
So could anyone advise me which way to go and if there are any benefits to either or disadvantages.
I am told LOW DENSITY is better then HIGH DENSITY.
I apprciate your help.
Go with Crucial. I recently used then as the vendor to get memory for a middle school and all of their memory fit with no problems, the shipping was fast and the scanner worked with new and old computers. I would go for the pc2700, although your wife's computer can take both types, faster is better and the higher the number the faster the ram.
Posted on Dec 14, 2008
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