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:tazz: I am looking to upgrade my dell dimension 2350, which shipped at 128 mb to 512 mb. I need help in getting the right chip. Do I have to use a "pc2100". My speed is 266 mh. Can I use just one 512 chip or do I have to use 2 256 chips? I pretty new at this and I would appreciate any help I could get.
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You dont have to use PC2100, but you gain no benefits from using higher clocked RAM. You can use just one RAM chip, but I would just buy one 512MB and install it with the the 128MB that is in there, the computer can use up to 1GB of RAM. Head over to Crucial, I have bought RAM from there and nevered have a problem. Hope that this helps.

Edited by DHooper, 06 January 2005 - 10:12 PM.

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