05-14-2008 12:42 PM
05-14-2008 01:21 PM
01-26-2009 10:04 AM
The density issue you are pointing up in your post is likely to thoroughly confuse anyone who reads it. Maybe I missed it but where is your “density” definition, high, low or otherwise? By “density” I believe you mean the numbers of individual chips on a single 200 pin SO-DIMM memory module.
If someone were to buy a 2gb upgrade kit for a Lenovo 3000, C200 [8922-xxx] online, from Crucial, OEMPCworld, or Kingston, the following would be recommended by the scanner tools available at all 3 sites:
2GB Upgrade: 1GBx2), 200-pin SODIMM, DDR2 PC2-5300 memory module.
* Specs: DDR2 PC2-5300, CL=5, Unbuffered, NON-ECC, DDR2-667, 1.8V, 128Meg x 64
Notice the “density” [definition above] of this module - 128Meg x 64... i.e. eight (8) 128Meg chips per module
There is no magic here.
This "S” indicating “low density” that you talk to doesn't exist in any of the descriptions of memory modules that are compatible with the Lenovo 3000, C200 [8922-xxx] notebook - at least, not from Crucial, OEMworld or Kingston. If you can find an technical indication of an “S” [anywhere other than ebay] that denotes “low density” or any “density” for a 200-pin SODIMM, DDR2 PC2-5300 memory modules, please let me know.