No, there are other ways to make it quicker.
Does this mean there's nothing I can do to make it quicker?
Well yeah...of course they'll offer the best RAM for your PC. It's up to you (or a geek that you ask) to know what you have and whether you should really go for the best RAM, or go with a slower one because of wasted speed.
I used crucial.com and it said DDR400 would be ok and even recommended it.
Did you download the Advanced Windows Care program I linked to earlier? It can help speed up the PC by doing some cleaning and tweaking. I recommend having all the boxes check except for Privacy Sweep. And have it create a restore point (it asks you upon the first run) before using it.
Edited by computerwiz12890, 18 April 2007 - 04:23 PM.