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2007-03-08 06:06 PM
Tingc222 Answer is absolutely not. You cannot use DDR2 interchangably with DDR
2007-03-03 01:17 AM
I_Want_My_HDTV The sockets and timings are typically much different for DDR and DDR2. I wouldn't attempt to use DDR2 unless the PC (or laptop) calls for it.
2007-03-02 06:44 PM
Petee_C
DDR vs DDR2 memory in a laptop

Can I use DDR2 memory in a 3-4 year old laptop that originally had DDR ram in it?

(I posted DDR2 SODIMM pc4200 Ram on Craigslist, Kijiji 3 hrs ago, and had 2 callers ask...)

Thanks,
P

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