Some more informationAlright,
Here's some newfound information and some questions too. From the clevo website for the 888E, over here:
"DDR SDRAM upgradeable to 1GB, (depends on 128/256/512MB) 2x200 pin DDR SODIMM sockets, DDR200/DDR266 Compliant"
DDR200 is PC1600, and DDR266 is PC2100. PC2700, however, is at DDR333, which clearly is beyond the mentioned 266. Why, then, are these people right over here:
As for actually finding the PC2700 sticks by yourself, they are sold by these guys:
And yes, they come in the 200-pin format. This begs to ask the question of whether:
a) It will work at all.
b) It will work but at PC2100 speeds.
c) It will even work at PC2700 speeds.
Since the French guys are selling it (the PC2700) as "optimized," I have some hope of the third option being true. And if in fact, it does fully work, who knows how much better RAM you can put in there? I couldn't find PC3000, PC3200 or PC3500 200-pin sticks out there, but I have a feeling they will be coming out. Will -they- be compatible?
Do we have any DDR experts in here that could straighten this out? Is anybody in a position to test this?
Thanks, and cheers.