Posted 18 July 2008 - 05:56 AM
I have a Toshiba laptop model SA10-S113, 1.99 GHZ speed, 80 GB HDD, 256 MB DDR SDRam (Hynix brand, PC 2100S, 266 MHZ bus speed, CL 2.5, Support Voltage=2.5V, Bandwidth=2.1GBs, 200-Pin SODIMM). As per its User Guide, the laptop memory can be upgraded to a maximum of 1 GB only. The original OS is Win XP Home which I have updated to Service Pack 3 about 2 weeks ago. I want to upgrade the RAM to 2 pcs 512MB or a total of 1 GB. My question is: if I want to upgrade my RAM with 2 pcs 512MB, PC 2700, 333MHZ bus speed, CL 2.5, Support Voltage=2.5V, Bandwidth=2.7GBs, 200-Pin SODIMM, will this be compatible with the existing specs of my laptop? Will there be no adverse effect as the bus speed and bandwith have increase? Or will I follow the original specs of my RAM (Hynix brand, PC 2100S, 266 MHZ, CL 2.5, Support Voltage=2.5V, Bandwidth=2.1GBs, 200-Pin SODIMM) with 2 pcs 512MB capacity? Please give me technical advice on this proposed RAM upgradation. Thank you very much.