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2GB (2 x 1024MB) 533MHz PC2-4200 DDR2 Desktop Memory Kit By PNY Technologies (MD2048KD2-533) MCM Part #83-11040

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This product typically arrives at our warehouse in 14 days, once ordered.

DDR2 is the next generation of DDR memory. DDR2 memory features faster speeds, greater bandwidth, lower power consumption and enhanced thermal performance. Although DDR2 modules are the same physical dimension as DDR modules, the plug-in connector configuration is different and as such DDR2 modules are not compatible with PCs requiring DDR modules, and vice-versa.PNY manufactures DDR2 memory upgrades rated at PC2-3200, PC2-4200, PC2-5300 and higher. They are compatible with desktop and notebook computers and processors including Intel's Pentium, Celeron and Centrino, AMD's Athlon and Sempron Socket AM2 processors, and others. Our upgrade modules are compatible with systems from Apple, Compaq, DELL, Gateway, HP, IBM and over 5000 other systems.Boost the performance of your PC. PNY memory upgrades will prove to be an outstanding value now and in the future.FEATURES:Lifetime warrantyFree 24-hour technical supportEasy to install

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Part Numbers
MCM Part #:83-11040
PNY Technologies Part #:MD2048KD2-533
Package Specifications & Dimensions
Weight:0.26 lbs.
Warranty:30 days
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Length:6.75 in.
Width:5.25 in.
Height:0.5 in.
Shipping Information
Extra Shipping Charge:No
Drop Ship:No
Catalog Pages
MCM Cat 57, Page 361
MCM Cat 56, Page 316
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  • by petercooperjr

    on 7/24/2008

    Seems to have a bad batch

    Overall: 1 out of 5

    When I received these memory modules and installed them in my computer, the computer wouldn't boot. I tried having just one of the new modules and no others in the system, and it would boot, and just the other one of the modules, and it wouldn't boot. So, I figured I got a bad one, sent them back, and got a new set of modules. When I installed the new ones, the computer would start, but then programs started randomly crashing. When I ran the Dell Memory Diagnostics, it came back with all sorts of issues, such as storing FFFFFFFF and getting back FFFF3CFF. It had issues on both of the new modules in the kit. I'm pretty sure my issues aren't with the computer's motherboard, since the memory I had in there before (and now still have in there) work great. So, it might have just been a bad batch, but I'd recommend going with another brand of memory.

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