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I have a Dell Computer that has 386 mg of RamBus memory, since this memory is very expensive, I would like to change it to something that is not so eapensive. Can this be done or is it just wishful thinking?
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Sorry, but pretty much all motherboards only support one type of memory. You could get a new motherboard that supports more standard types like DDR2, but then you have to go through the pain of changing motherboards.
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Thanks
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Is THIS the type of mem you have?

If it is how many slots do you have?

Edited by ScHwErV, 24 November 2006 - 08:00 AM.

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I have 4 slots, they look like the ones for 8200 series Dell. I really don't know much about computers' everyone says I don't have enough memory. I thank you very much
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