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How do I Identify Capacity of A Ram card?


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I recently took apart two old computers, and now have two extra DDR ram cards. I want to put them in another computer for when I Start my own CS server. Is there anyway to Identify the capacity of them? I've looked around the card and can't seem to find if it says it anywhere. Also, I don't have the paperwork from those computers anymore. So I can't check that way. Thanks
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You could look for the manufacturer name and part number on the ram and try getting the info from the manufacturer's web page. You could also try installing them in a working system.
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but if its older and u have a new computer ur mobo may not be compatible with the old ram


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but if its older and u have a new computer ur mobo may not be compatible with the old ram
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Yea, It's not compatible with my mobo, thanks anyway!
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