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Dell Latitude CSx


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Marty L Mayes

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Hi Guys I'm in dair need of Laptop advice, O.K as you know from the topic title, I have a Dell Latitude CSx Series Laptop.

The Momory in it is 128MB and it says on the stick, SDRAM 64MB 66MHZ (8MX64) 3.3V IBM, and it's 144-Pin.

I want to know if I can use let's say 256MB or 512MB, of 133MHZ.

That's about all I know.

Any help would be great.

But you guy's are great anyway.

Edited by Marty L Mayes, 15 August 2006 - 02:30 PM.

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http://www.crucial.c...p...s&submit=Go --- says that your MAX memory is 320MB so that would be the 64 that's in there plus a 256...it's unclear to me whether you have two free slots (allowing you to get two 128 sticks to equal the 256) or just one free slot (allowing you to get a single 256 stick)...but either way...the single 256 stick would get you to the absolute max that the system would allow
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This Dell only has one memory slot.
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then you can only get one 256 or one 128 stick of ram...just make sure it's pc66 unbuffered sdram
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