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I have a pile of RAM chips on my work desk. Is there a way to tell what there are? I have an Intel D945GCL board in a new creation. It calls for 2 (DDR2) SDRAM, 2GB each. There is only two slots. I might find what I need and save my empty purse. Thanks for any help. Bob

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If you google ddr2 you will see pictures of them.  That should help you get started.  Then look for part numbers and google them.  That should tell you the size and verify that it's DDR2.

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