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Old 07-21-2009, 08:55 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi: I am trying to upgrade my PC with additional memory. I have done a PC scan via the Crucial Website. It tells me I have 2 512g of DDR PC 2100 Non ECC 184 pin modules.
My question is that they recommend 2 modules of 1 gb PC 2700...Is this backward compatable with my PC...The 2700 that is! My motherboard is capable of using 2 1gb modules.

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As long as it is 184 pin, yes it will be compatable.
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