Promos V916764B24QCFW-F5 Memory - 512 MB - PC-5300 - 200 pin - DDR2

Condition: Brand new, bulk

€ 10,21 Net: (€ 8.58)
incl. 19% VAT , plus shipping costs
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delivery time: 10.11.2021 - 19.11.2021
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Memory is available in many different versions and variants. The ProMos V916764B24QCFW-F5 is a 512 MB DDR2 module, which is suitable due to the SODIMM format especially for notebooks. Therefore check the compatibility in the data sheet of your device, in which the memory technology DDR2-SDRAM plays an important role.

In addition to used notebooks, some compact PC systems can be equipped with the ProMos V916764B24QCFW-F5 512 MB DDR2 memory. Simply insert the 200-pin SODIMM memory latch into the corresponding slot on the main board and you can benefit from the new performance at the next start.

Many manufacturers also keep the maximum memory capacity or the number of SODIMM slots in the data sheet for the respective notebook. So you can directly control the equipment you can achieve with the ProMos V916764B24QCFW-F5 RAM. The 512 MB DDR2 memory is, of course, also suitable for replacing a defective memory module, in order to quickly use all functions without restrictions.

After the successful commissioning, the 2 GB DDR2 SODIMM operates with a maximum memory clock frequency of 667 MHz. This can also be found in the data sheet under the designation PC-5300. If, on the other hand, your notebook sets a lower clock speed, automatic adjustment takes place, which still allows the ProMos V916764B24QCFW-F5 to be used. No further installations are necessary.
Product DescriptionPromos V916764B24QCFW-F5 Memory - 512 MB - PC 5300-200 PIN - DDR2
Packaged Quantity1
Capacity512 MB
TechnologyDDR2
PinsSODIMM 200-PIN
Bus TypePC-5300
Data Transfer Rate667 MHz
CasCL5
Voltage1.8
Suitable forNotebooks
Delivery Content1x Memory, additional accessories not included

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