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I understand the difference between high and low density ram. But if I have ram sticks how can I know there density?
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The only way is from the sticker, from the coding on the actual chips, or by 'googling' the part number which will produce a load of vendors supplying that part and their info on it might include it's density.

Edited by pip22, 15 August 2007 - 07:37 AM.

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I will check it out tomorrow.
At work we just bought 140 ddr 1G sticks. They are all Kingstone so I hope to find results.
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I am having no luck.
Here are the details.

The memory is Kingston kvr400x64c3a/1g.

The chips are NANYA nt5ds64m8bs-5t

Any help on finding out if they are low/high density will be appreciated
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I'm pretty sure all Kingston RAM is low-density
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