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Nice easy RAM question

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right now my comp has 1 stick of kingston PC4000 512 RAM, and i am wondering, can i put like in a stick of PC3200 or such with my other stick? also, can you tell me if my current RAM is dual channel? my dad got rid of the box, b4 i asked him, lol it is "Kingston Hyper X PC4000 512" on the case the ram came in, inthe box, it says "Memory upgrade module description: 512mb PC4000 CL3 184-Pin DIMM" if that helps
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you have to check your motherboard for that one, it will tell you which types of memory it can take, i personally dont think it would be a problem seeing that it takes a 4000 but sometimes they are picky

most rams, specially that high of a quality are dual channel
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