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  1. #1
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    Default Things required to consider for RAM compatibility

    Hi,

    Many people ask me, which RAM is suitable for their laptop or
    desktop computers. Although I answer to match the number on the
    existing RAM e.g. DDR400 etc.
    As per I know, just required to match this number on any online store
    and just buy it.

    I am talking about the things required to consider for RAM compatibility.

    Please guide me, what should I look for. Is it safe to buy the RAM by just
    looking the number on the sticker e.g. DDR400 etc ?

    If sticker is not there on the existing RAM, is there any way to find the
    RAM type?

    Thanks,

  2. #2
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    Default Re: Things required to consider for RAM compatibility

    Hi

    I found this thread very helpfull

    Both programs easy to use, the one from MajorGeek gives most detial

    http://pressf1.pcworld.co.nz/showthread.php?t=86839

    regards
    Rock

  3. #3
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    Default Re: Things required to consider for RAM compatibility

    Also

    http://www.legendmemory.com/shop/memconfig.asp

    Tells you what the maker put in to start with

    Regards
    Rock

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