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Product Description
Kingston’s ValueRAM KVR400/1GR is a 128M x 64-bit (1GB) DDR400 CL3 SDRAM (Synchronous DRAM) mental recall module. The components upon a procedure embody sixteen 64M x 8-bit (16M x 8-bit x 4 Bank) DDR333 SDRAM in TSOP packages. This 184-pin DIMM uses bullion hit fingers as well as requires +2.6V. The product is shipped in sell wrapping as well as includes designation instructions.

Kingston Technologies 1GB DDR SDRAM Desktop Memory



5 Reviews

  1. Randy L. Smith says:

    Bought two of these and could not get either one of them to run in an older ASUS A7N8X motherboard that is supposed to support them. The old memory was Kingston but was assembled in USA with Korean samsung chips. The newer ones are assembled in China with Taiwan Elpida chips.

    After investigating further, I found that even though the manual claims the ASUS A7N8X can use this memory, there have been several postings on the web that say it is not compatible. Therefore, I can’t say for sure that the memory was bad.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  2. Lance says:

    I was really desperate for more speed on my PC. My processor speed is decent but I only ran 256 MB of RAM which is pathetic by today’s standards hence the reason I decided to get this 1GB stick from Kingston.
    So here I am all excited about adding more memory to my machine. The stick fits in perfectly. I put on my machine and what do I see???? The dreaded blue screen which quickly disappears; then all the machine does is restart time and time again.
    I brought the RAM and my PC to my technician and he said that most likely the blue screen is because of a hardware malfunction, meaning the RAM was faulty. I was very disappointed seeing that there were so many satisfied customers who used this product. I guess I’m the odd one out. I plan to upgrade once more but next time I’ll have to go with a company other that Kingston.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  3. D. Walp says:

    Yeah, i bought the wrong type, and the customer service at TigerDirect wasn’t that helpful at helping me return it. i had to wait for ups to come and refuse the package, which meant i had to be home. so that interfered with my week.
    Rating: 3 / 5

  4. Shawn L. Bacot says:

    Kingston usually makes great products, most notably their RAM. However, I purchased the wrong size RAM and it didn’t fit into my Mac computer. Still, I’ll give them 4 stars for rep alone.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  5. MCS says:

    After matching the specs, I bought this to upgrade my aging Dell computer. I installed it and the next thing came this burning smell from inside my computer. I immediately turned it off and removed the melting RAM, but it was too late. My old computer is no more. I felt like a bit of a dufus thinking I must have made a monumental mistake somewhere along the line. (Although I was certain to match the specs and install it correctly, snapping it in to place.) I called Kingston and they said they preferred another one of their more expensive memory sticks, and as such this part is not guaranteed. (I said, funny how there is no mention of that on Amazon or in retail stores or on the package for that matter.) But the Kingston rep finally admitted that what happened should not have happened. But too bad for me… Basically, you’re out of luck sucker. Fortunately, I had no problem returning the defective part to Amazon – they even picked up the shipping. So I got my thirty some odd dollars back, and am only out the price of a new computer…
    Rating: 1 / 5

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