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    Default Hp Nx9110 - Ram Upgrade Question

    i just purchased a second hand hp nx9110 for pratically free.

    the person who originally purchased this notebook bought a bare minimum
    base model.

    it didn't have wireless so i took care of that by installing a pcmcia card.

    i want to upgrade its rather insufficient ram (256mb) to its maximum capacity
    (2gb).

    i know for a fact the ram i purchase has to be two sticks of 1024mb ddr333 sodimm, but i can't seem to find what it's "pc" value is (can it be pc2700?).

    if there is anyone that can help me with this issue or that can guide me to a reliable source on the net, your help would be much appreciated.

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    Default Re: Hp Nx9110 - Ram Upgrade Question

    Yes, pc2700 runs at 333Mhz. A memory guide can be found at tomshardwareguide.com, and various online retailers correlate pc2700 with 333Mhz. Newegg.com is one of them.
    COMPAQ HP NC8430
    -15.4" WSXGA +WVA Matte
    -ATI X1600 w/256MB
    -Intel® Core Duo T2500
    -1GBx2(2048MB) 533Mhz Kingston Dual Channel Memory
    -DVD+/-RW DL drive
    -Integrated Intel® Pro Wireless 3945ABG (802.11a/b/g)
    -Bluetooth Wireless

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    Default Re: Hp Nx9110 - Ram Upgrade Question

    thanks for the reply, i'll make sure to check out those pages too...

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    Default Re: Hp Nx9110 - Ram Upgrade Question

    2700 divided by 8.. comes close to it, so yeah it is 333mhz

 

 

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