Posted 18 April 2006 - 04:24 AM
Posted 18 April 2006 - 05:23 AM
Posted 18 April 2006 - 05:24 AM
Posted 18 April 2006 - 05:31 AM
look one thing i have noticed with australian prices is they suck i mean really really suck
even if you look on US websites and convert them to AUD it is still a [bleep] of a lot cheaper.
everything is alot more expensive here i no it sucks.
best places are probably computer swap meets
you can sometimes find bargins but be carefull who you buy from not all of them will take back components if they are faulty,
Posted 18 April 2006 - 05:52 AM
ddr2 is faster but it depends on what you are doin with the system or if you are running a pci-express motherboard they usually run on ddr 2
i no that i got 1 gig of ddr400 for 58 each so if thats a rough guide but remember thats ddr not ddr 2
just shop around and see which offers the best price,
Posted 18 April 2006 - 09:41 AM
Posted 18 April 2006 - 03:26 PM
In terms of speed, DDR2 will start up where DDR memory left off, at 400Mhz DDR, also described as PC3200. DDR2 will also be available at 533MHz DDR, 667MHz DDR, and 800MHz DDR specifications.
In a conventional DDR-400 module, the memory core and I/O buffers both run at 200Mhz. DDR2-400 has an internal speed of 100Mhz, DDR2-533 is at 133Mhz and DDR2-667 will use 166Mhz, and so on.This also begins to explain how DDR2 can run faster yet use considerably less power, 1.8v to DDR's 2.5. DDR2 prefetch 4 bits of memory at a time, as compared to DDR's 2 bits so at a lesser speed but higher 4 bit rate the memory matches and the memory runs cooler. DDR2 memory is cheaper to produce and soon will become the standard for memory.
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