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Thursday, July 27, 2006
OCZ PC2-5400

2. Package

We received the retail package of OCZ PC2-5400 SO-DIMM2. The exact codename is OCZ26671024VSO, while there is a 512MB version (OCZ2667512VSO). The latest Intel 945p chipset for laptops support dual channel memory, but its advised to have the exact two same memory kits in order to eliminate chances of in-compatibility. According to OCZ website, the 1GB module can be found at the retail price of $87. The retail package is very small and includes only the memory module:

Unpacking the module, we can see more about the used memory chipsets, that come from Aeneon

In order to install the memory module, you need to find out where the memory kits are based, usually at the bottom, remove the mounting scews and gently press the two metal plates so the existing memory can be removed. The same procedure will be followed to install the new one back.

OCZ PC2-5400 memory installed and ready to be benchmarked!




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