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please read this statement

its crucial to check the type and speed of memory supported by your motherboard.

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Does it need explaining? You need to know what type of memory your motherboard supports so you can buy the right type.


You know your motherboard takes DDR2-800 RAM. You buy some DDR2-800 RAM. You live happily ever after.
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Means what it says.
Also means don't buy the first stick of memory you see because it probably won't fit.
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