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Hey guys, just thinking about upgrading my ram since i recently downgraded to vista haha and i dont like the lag im having, my question is how do i know a particular ram is compatible with my computer. Im interested in picking up two 1GB DDR MEMORY PC3200 (400MHz) to replace my 2 512 ram cards. or even possibly OCZ Dual Channel 4096MB PC5400 DDR2 667MHz Memory if i can

Edited by Canus, 22 February 2008 - 09:52 AM.

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You could use the system scanner at http://www.crucial.com/

Also if you know your motherboard specifications or have your motherboard manual you can see there what ram your system can handle.
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thanks alot i was able to see that i can handle 2g of ram. and figured out what to get. thank you kindly
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You're welcome. Glad it helped :)
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