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#1 Noss


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Posted 20 September 2007 - 12:23 AM

HI guys. New here and love this place. :thumbsup: Anyways, I saw a section on this website link to a free ware application that tells me what kind of ram I need. And I saw another on how to install it... but now i can't find them... Last time I was not looking for them and stumbled upon it and forgot to favorite it... well please anyhelp would be cool. ty

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#2 tg1911


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Posted 20 September 2007 - 01:11 AM

There's a couple of ways to find out what type of RAM you need.
A good freeware application, is SIW.
You can also go to a site, like Crucial, Kingston, or Corsair, plug in your system specs (Make and Model of your computer), and they will tell you what type of RAM, and how much, you can use.

For installing RAM, Crucial has a decent tutorial, that shows you how to do it.
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