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Memory question what is the difference in kvr100x64c2/256 and kvr100 256

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  • marieblair19 Aug 03, 2008

    can you use the 2 different types together ?are they compatible?

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Each memory contain chipset , with black block coloured, each of this chipset has the ability of error parity checking, and own their clock latency, KVR is the kingston chipset , 100 stand for the clock or memory clock, PC 100 is means that the memory is SDRAM, While the DDRAM stands for 266(PC 2100) , 333 (PC 2700) . and the other x64 means this memory support 64 bit data flows, cl2 means clock latency (the delay for the memory to write and read), and 256 is the real size of the memory module.

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