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What is the differnce between DDR2 5300 and DDR2 5400 because there both 667 I do believe???
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DDR2 5400 is exactly the same as DDR2 5300 for most intents and purposes. 5.336 GB/s is the maximum amount of data PC5300 is able to shift (hence its name), so 5400 is the same technology only rounded up.

Usually its Corsair memory that occasionally comes marked as PC5400, and this means it will have been tested to ensure its stable at this higher speed. In theory its faster, but for the most part its nothing to write home about.
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