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#1 jadeleannematthews


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Posted 18 March 2015 - 09:15 AM

I want to upgrade the RAM in my PC, what type should be installed?

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#2 Citizen_WD


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Posted 18 March 2015 - 09:55 AM

First of all - you should give details about your system, because choice of RAM depends on several components, and also how you use your PC. Most of all motherboard and CPU affect RAM choice. I can not get into much detail until you give your system description, but I will say that it is important that your RAM is compatible with your motherboard (this can be checked easily), doesn't exceed the limits of your operating system and it's best if it is the same frequency  (1333/1600/etc) . If for example your motherboard supports DDR3 up to 1600Mhz, and if money is not an object, it's probably best to go with this. Once again, this is just an example, so I'll be waiting for your response. 
Best regards, Citizen_WD

Edited by Citizen_WD, 19 March 2015 - 03:31 AM.

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Posted 18 March 2015 - 01:24 PM

Hello jadeleannematthews:

In complete support with what @Citizen_WD has posted above, please read Publish a Snapshot using Speccy and if you agree, please post your Speccy URL in a reply to this thread.

Thank you. :)

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