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Ive got an MSI Gamila/Geovani/Neon Series motherboard which came in a compaq presario SR1020LA, this computer cam with 256mb of DDR RAM, my dad had an old Dell W2K computer and it got busted due to corrosion but its two RAM chips which are RDRAM's are still good.(in case you want to know, there samsung MR18R082GAN1-CK7's) Both are also 256mb but my question is the following: ¿can i use these RDRAM's with my computer and make them work??? it would be good if i could


P.S im new at the hardware forums i mostly post in the software of XP
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RDRAM is not compatible with DDR RAM. Therefore you can't use them in your computer as they do not fit.

RDRAM (aka RAMBUS memory) was a very short-lived technology that never took off and you can't buy the stuff for love nor money these days.
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