front side bus at 800 mhz on P25S-507
How does help the 800 mhz fsb? And why they use no memory Ram pc-2100. You would think they would use the faster memory of pc-3200. Thank you
FSB is relevant CPU and I really don t understand why you associate it with the RAM.
I acquired a 2800-200, and it was running very slowly.
Sandra 2002 shows the speed of processor as well as 199 Mhz FSB as 26 Mhz. A CPU speed test confirms it. How do I (I can) fix this?
Everything else seems normal.
Wow, this must be a very old unit it s not I known but thank you google I ve found some details ;)
It seems that the unit has been delivered with a processor Pentium III 700 MhZ and 100 Mhz FSB.
I m not 100% sure about this laptop, but the new units are delivered with the TPS (Toshiba Power Saver) that controls the speed of the CPU. If the temperature rises and the cooling modules are not longer able to cool the system the CPU speed CPU should be cut to reduce the temperature.
I think you should check these settings on your laptop and also check the cooling fans because sometimes the dust and debris to prevent the circulation of air.
I have Satellite U400-138 with 3 GB of RAM (2 + 1 GB sodimm modules)
I have new kit 2x2gb sodimm-s Corsair PC6400(800MHz)
When I install new modules, system reported that they are working on 667 Mhz instead of 800 MHz,
Maybe that's the problem BIOS chipset because that support this frequency.
Help me, what to do, to run new modules on 800 MHz?
I doubt that it is a BIOS problem.
The point is that the speed of the RAM can be lowered and locked by the FSB (front side bus)
If the FSB supports only 667 Mhz then your RAM 800 Mhz will run only at 667 Mhz
I intend to remove the standard 2 GB came with my laptop.
My question is since the fsb running at can 800 mhz I buy 4 GB 800 MHz? (I don't know if the motherboard can be considered).
If I can't do this sick then just buy at 667 mhz sodimm.
Any help would be appreciated.
Depends on the FSB (front side bus)
If the FSB supports 800 Mhz then you can take 800 Mhz modules and modules will take place also at that speed.
But if the FSB doesn't supports this speed so your modules will run more slowly.
Install equipment such as diagnostic tool * Everest Home Edition * and check that your laptop support ;) FSB
See you soon
Can I replace the memory and not lose what is on the old memory for a Mid 2007 Mack computer desktop Intel Core 2 Duo, 2 GHz processor speed, 1 CPU, 4 MB of Cache L1, the 4 GB memory at 800 MHz bus speed. Only 1 slot can play memory, the other is damaged
Can I replace the memory and not to lose what's on the memory of the former? I have a Mid 2007, 20 "desktop Mac, Intel Core 2 Duo, 2 GHz processor, 1 CPU, 4 MB L2 cache, 4 GB of memory, 800 MHz bus speed. I have a backup device. A RAM slot is damaged.
You are confused of RAM and disk space available.
RAM stores information temporarily while the Mac is enabled and the application is reached. RAM replacement has no effect on the long term of your information storage.
The hard drive is where your information is stored in the long term. If you replace your hard drive, you need restore the information from a backup.
FYI, for your iMac, the maximum RAM is only 6 GB.
I have the Satellite A200 - 1 m 7 with only 1 GB of ram and I think to upgrade to 4 GB of ram.
My question is:
It is supported at 4 GB of ram, or it won't work?
And it is supported for ddr2 800 mhz memory speed?
It depends on the bus front end (FSB) If your FSB supports 800 Mhz then you can use these modules and the modules would run at full speed.
According to this page, the laptop can be upgraded to 4 GB.
But note; 32-bit Windows will not be able to use the full 4 GB of ram due to the limitation of 32-bit.
I have a model of non-working iMac G4 15 ", 800 mhz, 256 MB, 60HDD that I acquired recently. The seller said the power supply to the motherboard and the power are bad, but everything else is fine including the 15 "lcd monitor. There are various imac models g4 and I was wondering which are compatible with mine. A 17 "/ 800 mhz will work?" A 700 mhz/15 "will probably work? What the 1 GHz/17 model "?"
You will appreciate all help. Thank you.
Unfortunately, these are among the most notoriously difficult to replace logic boards. Other problems include the fact there is a factory specific tool that's hard to find to adjust adjustable chrome stand the LCD is connected to and it is very difficult to put back together without fraying the wires in this pass, or make sure that the neck becomes too loose. Mentions not there is a balance of cooling gel, and existing buffers that can if installed wrong can lead to overheating of the machine. The only motherboard model, that can work, is simultaneously published 700 Mhz model. The CPU on this model is too slow to use the iDVD delivered versions were compatible with the model, if the DVD drive would be probably better served by a CD - RW drive at 800 Mhz instead, or Combo drive unless all you want is to burn data DVDs and not to make your own movies. http://www.lowendmac.com/ and http://www.ifixit.com/ have a lot of relevant information as well as http://www.everymac.com/
I have an iMac 24 "Early 2008 OSX 10.8.5... 30.6 GHz processor Intel Core 2 Duo with 4 GB 800 MHz DDR2 SDRAM memory and 1 t HD. Can I upgrade the processor speed and if so what. Can I upgrade the memory and if so what. I launched iPhoto ' 08 7.14. Any input would be great. Thanks for your help and suggestions.
You can actually move the ram to 6 GB.
Satellite Pro P200HD-1DV dating 2 048 (1 024 + 1 024) MB RAM * 667 MHz DDR2 *.
Fact DDR2 * 800 MHz * work on this laptop?
It will be worth spending the money to make this upgrade as a significant difference in my speed of laptops?
What memory should I put in to get the most out of my laptop?
Any comment is appreciated.
For more of your laptop just use compatible and recommended memory module. For your laptop model, you must use:
Put this number in Google and search for stores where you can order.
I did face a strange note on Toshiba Satellite C660 - 15G. On the specs page there says denunciation that supported for C660 - 15G of RAM DDR3 (800 MHz). Is this good?
Please see the page specs for C660 - 15G here:
Standard system memory: 2 048 MB
maximum extension: 4 096 MB
technology: DDR3 RAM (800 MHz)
I know the 800 MHz DDR2 RAM is!
To please its urgent for me and I need an answer
Yes, modules DDR3 800 MHz is an official specs and these modules are on the market so it accurate's on the Toshiba page.
So if you want to upgrade memory you have modules DDR3 at 800 MHz or faster (faster modules are compatible downgrade).
Memory expansion, you can get each authorized service provider or normal computer store.
I have a X 200 with 2024 MB of ram.
I want to spend to 4048 MB ram.
Is it possible to buy memory ddr2 667 or 800 mhz can I use?
I think that my motherboard is as follows:
Intel PM965 Express chipset.
If its so I can only use ddr2 667 mhz, can I then use any mark at all, or is it special that toshiba recommends?
You should be able to use the 800 Mhz modules, because the FSB supports 800 Mhz also.
Anyone know if my X 200 - 21U Satego really suports memory DDR2 800? In the site of the shop I bought my laptop, there is a possibility to install 4096 MB DDR2 (2 x 2 048) 800 MHz. Is this possible or just a scam or a mistake of the shop? What happens if it doesn\t support and I install anyway?
After the price, there is a list of "options" it's option 5.
Well, I think it should work!
The week last Ibought approximately 4 GB of memory for my X 200 - 21U of OCZ:
And in my laptop, it works fine!
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My TOSHIBA Satellite A300 - 1 MM has 3072 MB of DDR2 800 MHz memory, but the memory running at 667 MHz. is there a possibility to make the memory at 800 MHz?
Given that my laptop came with ddr2 800, why not work natively at this frequency?
Perhaps a future update of the BIOS will solve this problem.
As far as I know the speed of the FSB is not editable and there is nothing you can do to force the RAM modules to work with faster speed.
Same BIOS update will not help you change anything.
My Toshiba A200 - 1 m 8 supports DDR2 800 Mhz RAM?
THX in advance!
The machine has a 800 Mhz frontsidebus, but it only supports RAM DDR2-667.
So, you won´t have a benfit when you install faster modules.
Have a nice weekend
I have a HP N233-SL, and the max ram I can install is 8 GB. By default, I got 6 GB.
I checked and it is now 1x4Go + 1x2Go. I wanted to buy a new 1x4Go to add, having finally 2 x 4 GB.
Problem is that the ram installed now is a PC3-12800 DDR3 (800 MHz), and I can't find any ram to buy it is 800 MHz.
Now all I have fnd is 1600 MHz. What happens if I install a 1600 MHz instead of the 800? And strives to have a work at 800 and a second to 1600 (which implies that the system will go back to 800) of RAM?
Thx a lot
DDR3 PC3-12800 1600 MHz is expected. I don't know why they put 800 MHz but double channel od mid-range configuration still valid. Double means two and each channel run 800 MHz or 1600 MHz RAM specifications.
No, the system will not retrograde, it will run each channel 800 MHz in dual mode.
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