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This is what I installed:
http://www.pcconnect...tail?Sku=440476

Motherboard is an ECS K7VMM+. The manual gives memory as either 168-pin DIMM SDRAM, or 184-pin DIMM DDR memory modules.
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100/133 MHz DDR/SDR, and Ultra DMA ATA100/133 that's what the board is claimed to handle..which you ram fits the bill...i've never been good with ram...so i'm not sure if they have to be put in as pairs when its sdram..
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Is edge a shoddy brand? When I return it I'm going to buy a 256 chip, instead. Just don't want to have the same problems next time.
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i don't know....

go to www.crucial.com and enter your system info..they will give you a good price and ensure that it's the right ram

i usually use kingston for my personal ram..but...i don't buy ram often
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ok, thanks. I'll check them out.
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tbomkamp...

I personally use Corsair Ram almost exclusively. It's spendy, yes, but it is pretested and is rated as among the best on the market today. I have never (yet) had a stick of Corsair fail.

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