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Review : Kingston 512mb SODIMM

Posted on Thursday, September 19 2002 @ 10:03:45 CEST by

Mikhailtech has reviewed Kingston's 512mb SODIMM (for laptops) :
I've just made the biggest investment of my life. I bought a laptop for school. But not just any laptop. A heavy $2200 monster from Dell, called the Inspiron 8200. The thing cost even more than my car. At that was with the minimum 128mb of memory. Why? Because I know better than to get RAM from Dell; they charge way too much for way too little. So the very nice people at Kingston decided to help out by donating a 512mb SODIMM, PC2100 DDR style. Considering what this laptop will be used for (all Adobe WebCollection programs, Cinema4D and some gaming), a good deal of memory is a must. 256mb is going to be the minimum soon enough, as many applications (including WinXP) are hogging resources without a second thought.



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