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I am in the process of gathering parts for my second PC build.

Mobo specs:

Memory Type:

Memory Supported:
667MHz DDR2
800MHz DDR2

Number of Pins:

Number of Slots:

What PCXXXX (PC5400, PC6400, etc) can I use? Or does it not matter as long as it is 240 pin DDR2?

ECS G41T-M (V1.0) Motherboard
Intel Pentium Dual-Core E6500 Processor
3-4 GB RAM (unsure of variety, waiting for your response)
Apex TX-381 Computer Case w/ 300w PSU
Opitical drives (already have)
HDD (WD, already have)

Don't need anything too fancy as the build is for my parents.
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Hi and welcome mate :)

DDR2 800MHz = PC2-6400
DDR2 667MHz = PC2-5300

In my opinion, stretch the budget just a little more and get a reputable PSU.



Edited by Troy, 06 May 2010 - 12:05 AM.

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