DDR 333 same as PC2700?

I have a stick of memory from another computer that says DDR333 256mb on it. Is that the same as PC2700, which my motherboard accepts??
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  1. Yes. ddr 333 is pc 2700. You can use it. Even it was higher then your mobo accepts, you could still use it, the mobo's memory controllers would cut the speed down .

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  2. exactly the same
  3. The confusing DDR-RAM rating systems invented by manufacturers of DDR-RAM are unfortunately due to marketing reasons... to compete against Rambus' RD-RAM.
  4. UUHHHH Yeah

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