What does cl2.5 and cl3 mean? If the motherboard supports DDR, does that mean DDR SDR
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yeah, you didnt covered the SDRAM part. http://www.webopedia.com/TERM/S/SDRAM.html
its just ram. lol. to me, SDRAM is for desktops and SODIMM is for laptops (well, for today) before, in the p1 era, you also had EDO ram and what not. but today, if you go laptop, you want sodim and if ure going desktop, you just need to know if its DDR or DDR2 or even PC133/100 (if u still have the old pentium 3)
If a montherboard supports DDR400/DDR333/DDR266 ram, does DDR SDRAM work?
yeah, DDR SDRAM will work at any of those speeds, DDR400 is also known as PC3200, DDR 333, PC2700 and onwards. today, you really dont want anything under DDR400 or PC3200, its the most comon DDR and the fastest of the standard speed modules. you can also find DDR533 and stuff like that, but its not as common as DDR400, hence more expensive and usually its not oficially suported by motherboards.
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