In order to improve the performance of a PC, the expansion of the main memory is often enough.
Hynix HYMP564U64CP8 Y5 memory - 512 MB - 240-pin - DDR2 SDRAM - PC-5300
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In order to improve the performance of a PC, the expansion of the main memory is often enough. This can be used in many used computers of the Hynix HYMP564U64CP8-Y5 RAM, since this is not only inexpensive, but also has compatibility with many devices of the known manufacturers.

The Hynix HYMP564U64CP8-Y5 has a total of 512 MB of DDR2 SDRAM and accordingly expands the RAM of your PC. Since it is a DIMM module, the use is possible especially in conventional computer systems. Notebooks and similar mobile devices need SODIMMs. Compatibility of the memory module with the respective system should be checked prior to purchase using the data sheet.

To communicate with other hardware, the Hynix HYMP564U64CP8-Y5 uses 512MB of DDR2 RAM at a maximum clock rate of 667MHz. Corresponding information can also be found under terms such as PC-5300. In addition, the usual power supply of 1.8 volts is used and the latency is CL5.

As a rule, it is already sufficient for the upgrade to remove the side panel of the PC or to open the housing. Afterwards, the Hynix HYMP564U64CP8-Y5 512 MB DDR2 RAM module can simply be placed in the DIMM slot and you can continue to use the PC as usual. Additional configurations are not necessary.
Product DescriptionHynix HYMP564U64CP8-Y5 Memory - 512 MB ??- PC-5300-240-pin - DDR2 SDRAM
Packaged Quantity1
Storage512 MB ??
TechnologyDDR2 SDRAM
Form FactorDIMM 240-PIN
Error CorrectionNon-ECC
Bus TypePC-5300
Memory Speed ??667 MHz
CAS LatencyCL5
Suitable forSuitable for normal Computers
Delivery Content1x Memory, additional accessories not included


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