I got the same answer from eMachines, but what they don't tell you is
that one of the RAM slots is completely inaccessible to end users.
Gene C. wrote:
On Monday 26 January 2004 21:11, Mike Larkin wrote:
>Still looking for the second dimm slot.. So far, I've only found 1,
>which means that the max would be 1.25GB.. The door on the bottom of the
>laptop only exposes a single slot.
After I posted my message, I queried tech support at eMachines. Here was
The Motherboard (Arima W720-K8) of the system can support up to 2048 MB PC2700
SO-DIMM DDR RAM (1024 MB per slot).
These are the specifications:
Number of RAM Slots: 2
Total RAM Capacity: 2048 MB
RAM Stick Size Limit: 1024 MB
RAM Type: PC2700 SO-DIMM DDR RAM
Bus Speed: 166 MHz
Number of Pins:
Please note: on ALL DDR memory the memory is running at a base rate, in this
case 166MHz. Being Double Data Rate memory however gives it a "virtual speed"
of 333MHz (166MHz X 2 = 333DDR). As long as the memory complies with the
PC2700 SO-DIMM specifications, it should work.