Upgrading RAM

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crjdriver

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From that link, it looks like you need pc2700 ram. You can go to crucial.com and input the make and model of your computer and it will show all compatible ram.
 

saiyuki

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Aah, thanks just what i needed :)

Just out of interest, is it possible to have 512 along side a 128?

and what would happen if you had the wrong type of ram in the other slot?
 

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As long as the board supports that amount of ram, it should work fine. I like to have memory from the same mfg [ie all crucial or all kingston, etc] and the same speed, however it is not necessary. If you install faster ram, it will down-clock to the speed of the slowest chip.
 

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I took another look at your link. It should support up to 1 gig in each bank; so 512 will work fine.
 
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