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Old 01-23-2006, 08:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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should i get 2 gigs of ram now, or just get 1 gig then the other later?
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If you have the money, get 2gb.
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yea, but I don't think i do. I'll wait a bit. If i'm eventually getting a second gig, should I get 2 512s or just a full gig?
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You should get 2x 512 unless you want to run it half the speed.

I would buy it now since the price will rise after DDR is made less and there is much more demand for DDR2 when AMD converts.
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