Satellite A60 does support Kingston 2 Gb 200pin Sodimm DDR2 PC2-5300 667 Mhz

Satellite A60 does support Kingston 2 Gb 200pin Sodimm DDR2 PC2-5300 667 Mhz

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Satellite A60 supports PC2700 DDR SODIMM 200 pin like on this page says:

Only a single memory is expandable! So, you can use only one slot for an upgrade!
You can use max 1024MB module and memory can be improved for max 1.25 or 1.5 GB. (according to the amount of memory the memory internal)

The speed of the module can be different! I m not 100% sure, but I guess that the laptop supports a 533 MHz FSB (front side bus) and therefore, you can use the modules of PC2700 memory with 533 MHz speed.

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