I'm not very experience with RAM and stuff, so that's why I'm asking for help here. I have a PowerEdge 400SC, and I got this from research somewhere:
Your Dell PowerEdge 400SC (800MHz FSB) supports a Maximum of 4GB of PC-3200 RAM. The standard configuration from the manufacturer for a PowerEdge 400SC (800MHz FSB) has 256MB of RAM and has 2 bank(s) of memory socket(s) for a total 4 memory socket(s). Installing the largest capacity memory module in each memory socket will provide maximum system performance.
I'm interested in this memory card, (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.a ... 6820231098
), and the memory cards seems ok. Dell requires SDRAM, and that memory is DDR2 SDRAM, and it should work, but I'm not sure about the "PC-3200 RAM" part and if 800MHz can be used on a 400MHz compatible computer. It would be appreciated if could help me and give an reply. Thanks.
If it can't I would be really depressed because it is a great deal.