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Old 08-17-2005, 02:28 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Man, I am using every pennie on this sh!t. Ok, question, I have a dell 4550. Is there a good refurbished single 1 gig stick of ram for around 80$ on a site that would fit in my 4550? Fine, how bout two sticks to equal 1 gig for about 80 or cheaper?
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what your mobo support and what does it say for dimm? most dell's dont let you use aftermarket ram from another company so you mit be screwed my friend.
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what your mobo support and what does it say for dimm? most dell's dont let you use aftermarket ram from another company so you mit be screwed my friend.
Every Dell I have seen uses standard RAM. You could use Crucial to find what RAM you need (but I wouldn't buy from them). It shouldn't be hard to find a gig for less than$80.
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