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Old 08-18-2008, 04:02 PM   #1 (permalink)
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1st of all i would like to say hi to every1, i would like to ask for some help on how to choose what type of ram is compatible with my motherboard and current RAM... i have an intel motherboard DG31PR and i have a simpletech 2gb ram 800mhz pc2-6400 , i have tried using a samsung 2gb with 800mhz but had no success in the boot up, i cant even access the bios if both RAMS are on the board, but both of them are working stand alone. hope some experts can help me out...
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they probably have different voltages. google both models and see.
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