powerbook memory question

Discussion in 'Macintosh Computers' started by d-fi, Jan 30, 2005.

  1. d-fi macrumors member

    Jan 12, 2004
    Calgary, Canada
    Hi all

    i've been looking for a cheap sodimm for my 12" powerbook (rev b) since it's a bit slugish with more then 1 program open. Right now i only have the stock 256 that is hardwired in.

    being the student i am i have been looking for a cheap 256 sodimm that my powerbook won't choke on :) i found this kingston ram on a auction site.

    Manufacturer's system PN :KTT3311/256
    256MB 200pin DDR SODIMM 32Mx64 non ECC gold leads unbuffered 2.5 volts PC2700 spec 333Mhz with SPD CAS 2.5 latency 1.25 inches tall
    Warranty: KINGSTON Lifetime warranty

    i was wondering if it will work in the powerbook? i know kingston is good quality ram but since it came out of a toshiba tecra i was wonderif maybe it's a slightly different size since i'm not sure if it is low profile or not

    i've already looked at kingstons site and it wasn't much help at figureing out if it will fit or not any ideas?
  2. MacNut macrumors Core


    Jan 4, 2002
    As long as its PC2700 I don't think you will have a problem.

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