Re: 667 vs 80-0/1066?
Yes, your RAM speed is 667. It's really 333, but it's doubled for efficiency. Hence the name Double Data Rate (DDR).
I would suggest you keep the 3.2 usable gigabytes of 667, because you won't see a notable performance increase with 800 or 1066, unless you use programs that rely on memory speed. Such as benchmarks. But in gaming, quantity over speed.
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