This Dell RAM has 1GB DDR memory clocked at a speed of 333MHz.
It is made up of 1 stick.
|Total Memory||1GB||The amount of memory is the RAM's primary feature and defines how much data it can store for temporary fast access|
|Total Speed||333MHz||Speed defines how many data transfers can be made per second.|
|Stick Count||1||The number of sticks define the number of slots in the motherboard necessary to house the RAM|
|RAM Type||DDR||The RAM type defines compatibility with motherboards, as well as the limits to performance|
Rather than storing data permanently like in large capacity hard drives, RAM provides a temporary cache that your system uses to store the data that you are currently using. This makes accessing the most relevant data much faster, because accessing RAM requires much less time than your hard drive. In fact, most systems are configured to use the hard drive as a substitute for RAM when the RAM is being overloaded with data. This can bring your PC to a crawl, however, and is why having enough RAM is crucial.
DDR RAM is the oldest DDR iteration and has very low performance limits. Like DDR2, it is unexpectedly high in price relative to the performance it delivers, and as a result any newly purchased RAM is highly recommended to be DDR4 or DDR3 over DDR.
With a total memory of 1GB, the 1GB RAM Memory Upgrade for the Dell Dimension 2400 (DDR-333, PC2700) has the capacity to run very little at once, and may even struggle with a Windows installation. Avoidance of this RAM in any PC build is highly recommended. This Dell DDR RAM has a speed of 333MHz. RAM speed is not a crucial feature, but it does contribute significantly to PC games and certain applications like video-editing software. 333MHz is quite a poor speed, so would negatively impact the performance of both of these.