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Discussion in 'Hardware' started by tcgrainger, Sep 22, 2009.

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  1. tcgrainger

    tcgrainger Thread Starter

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    i have a mach speed p4mst-890 mother board. it will take up to 4gb of memory. ddr2 533 memory. but the memory i've looking at does not say whether it is high or low density. the manual does not say which...... so would hi or low work in my system.... thank's......
     
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    High density memory is basically factory seconds that will
    only function on certain motherboards at full capacity.
    Always better to stick with low density.
    Branded memory,like kingston,corsair,OCZ,crucial and so on
    are usually low density.
     
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    thank.s for the feed back.... have a nice day...................
     
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