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ASUS M2N32-SLI DELUXE


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LrDkOrN04

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Hello GeeksToGo!

I've got a ASUS M2N32-SLI DELUXE motherboard and I'm currently running on 2gbs of RAM and running Vista 64bit. I definitely need to upgrade the ram. I went to Crucial's website to see what the best ram would be to replace my current ram with, but it the scanner came back inconclusive.

Can anyone suggest some good ram that is compatible with this motherboard?

Thanks :)
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Non-ECC, unregistered, DDR2-800 aka PC2-6400 is what you need.

http://www.crucial.c...LE=CT12864AA800
http://www.newegg.co.....al Technology
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Hi DaffyKantReed,

Thanks for the feedback. How much would you recommend?
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Depends what you use the computer for, LrDkOrN04.

When running a typical workload, please do the following:

Open Task Manager>Performance tab>Resource Monitor button>Memory tab
Near the bottom, what is your "In Use" figure?

Also use msconfig to limit the applications running at boot time.
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