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I need help understanding Max RAM that can be used


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#16 Drillingmachine

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Posted 03 November 2017 - 07:07 AM

Agreed. For $260, that's just not worth any risk. Although you probably could sell that RAM quite easily but there is always possibility that RAM breaks somehow.

 

If you want 32GB RAM, I recommend getting DDR4 memory anyway.



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#17 Ron_T

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Posted 04 November 2017 - 12:05 AM

Agreed. For $260, that's just not worth any risk. Although you probably could sell that RAM quite easily but there is always possibility that RAM breaks somehow.

 

If you want 32GB RAM, I recommend getting DDR4 memory anyway.

Thanks.  I may have to bite the bullet and just upgrade the hardware again.  This desktop doesn't have USB3 and there wasn't any extra cable inside to add a PCIE card.   A new computer with a decent amount of fast RAM the latest USB and SATAIII interaces would probably be a good idea anyway.  






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