PC2700s Ram and PC2700 RAM

  theferrariman01 17:12 26 Jun 09

Hi everyone, does anyone know if there is a difference between PC2700S RAM and PC2700 RAM? It's just that for the PC2700S RAM, I can only find 256mb versions of it, and for PC2700 there is a wider selection. My packard bell easynote laptop has 256mb of ram in it which is PC2700S RAM and I need to get more! I have already made a mistake by buying the completely wrong RAM for it, but they looked very alike. It was due to a mistake on the packard bell website, guess I should've looked at the RAM on the actual computer... Can anyone help me?

  DieSse 18:02 26 Jun 09

The S suffix stands for SODIMM which are the smaller modules used in Laptopss.

Without the S are regular sticks for use in Desktops.

So a PC2700S module is a PC2700 SODIMM

  DieSse 18:03 26 Jun 09

Also be careful that there are 184 pin SODIMMS and 200 pin SODIMMS !!

  norman47 18:49 26 Jun 09

Post either the easy notes model number or run the crucial scanner on the machine. click here

  theferrariman01 19:45 26 Jun 09

Thanks DieSse for your informative answer, and thanks norman47 for suggesting Crucial. It really is a good website for stuff like this. I greatly appreciate your quick, and good, responses!

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