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Will these work together?

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by emong007, Feb 4, 2007.

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  1. emong007

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    Yes, those all work together.

    Get 2x512MB matched sticks. They will run in dual channel mode, which helps performance a little bit.
     
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    By the way, be SURE to pick out a decent quality power supply.

    Sparkle, Antec, FSP are a few of the better quality but not hugely expensive brands.
     
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    I know I can go 2 x 512 in dual channel. But will it work if I just put a single 1 gig stick in it, leaving me room to add another one later if needed?
     
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    Yes it will. It supports 2GB in two slots, meaning the max density will be 1GB per slot.

    That's a good idea if you intend to upgrade later.

    Before you pull the trigger on all of this, go to the manufactuerer's link on Newegg's page and check the RAM list. I saw Corsair on there, just take one more look to verify that you got the correct part.
     
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