When I purchased my laptop, it was stated that I was to have 3GB of RAM, @ 667MHz.
I just noticed that both my 1GB and 2GB sticks are not what they say they are.
That's what it says, 333MHz. Or does both combined count as 667Mhz?
Would 667MHz memory make a much bigger difference? If it does, I have a big problem.
PC2-5300 = DDR2-667
Yes the frequency is clock-quadrupled from a 166Mhz memory bus speed.
In other words, your memory is what it was advertised to be.
The difference between memory speeds is minute unless you're overclocking.