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flynn12345

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First point is hello and thank you for reading this

Second is i currently have two sticks of Kingston 512 MB PC3200 DDR RAM (KVR400X64C3AK2/1G). i was just wondering what would be the best sticks to replace these with and do i have to use the same brand or any. I am replacing these as when i did a test for memoery they both came back faulty.

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Kurenai

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Please give us the model and manufacturer of your motherboard, and we can make an exact recommendation.
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If you head over to the crucial website they have a tool that can tell you what ram is compatible with your system, you dont have to get it from them just make a note of what is the fastest your system can handle and you can get it from another company if you find it cheaper, if you get it from them you get a guarantee that it will work as well.
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where on this site do i go and what is it called. sorry am not the best at this computer business
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Go to www.crucial.com and then click on the Scan My System link.
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