for awhile I had 512mb on k-byte pc2700 and 512mb of PNY pc3200. the 3200 was underslocked to match my fsb (which was 333 at the time) when I got my new mobo, I was able to ditch the pc2700, and buy a stick of PNY pc3200 to match my fsb (400, since I overclocked my cpu) so I didn't have to blow a chunk of cash at one time on ram. you will be better off buying pc3200. plus, usually it is the same price as pc2700.
AMD Athlon XP 2500+@ 200x11 - EPoX 8rda3I - Thermaltake 420watt silent PSU - 2x512MB PNY PC3200(DualChannel) - TT HSF - PNY 5900SE, 128MB DDR, 256-bit - - Toshiba SD-R5002: DVD-RW - NEC DVD-RW - 2 Antec 80mm fans - 1 Delta 92mm fan - 1 Antec 120mm fan- 1 TT 120mm fan - Windows XP Pro - WD special edition 80GB 7200 RPM- Seagate 80GB 7200 RPM 8MB cache - Onboard Sound - Onboard Ethernet
ACER Travel Mmate 4000LCi - Intel Pentium M 710 - 15\" XGA TFT - 512MB DDR333 - 40 GB HD - DVD-rom/CD-RW Drive - WLAN 802.11b/g - Winxp Home - Intel Extreme Graphics - Average Battery Life: 4-5 hours - 6.4 lbs