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Old 07-07-2005, 11:11 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey guys I just got my sick new system but I used my old dimension dell 512 Ram stick in the new set up ( Be aware im a Noob in training)
and was Wondering to get to 1 Gig do I need to match the old one and buy another dell one?

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Nope. Try and figure out what type of RAM that was, and go out and buy that RAM from another manufacturer (like Corsair or Kingston).


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Run CPU-Z and it will tell you whether it is something like PC-2700 or PC-3200, then like macdude said you can go to newegg or a similiar site and find the right stuff.
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