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logan11

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Is it true that if i have a stick of 256 in my computer, that I can't put in a 512?
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no you can mix and match any size of ram you want i have a 128 + 512 +1024 in my computer ant they all work fine :tazz:
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You can only mix and match if your motherboard is not one that needs shared RAM. If your mobo needs SDRAM, then you need to install them in matched pairs. :tazz:

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good point lionel,

Check your ram thats in you computer if its DDR then u match it with more DDR if it is STRAM then you need more STRAM if you have a new computer you may have DDR2 and this has to be matched with DDR2 you CAN NOT match it with DDR
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ok thanks :tazz:
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