I've come to this website before for help, and you guys and gals have been awesome, so I thought I'd try again. This time the problem is nowhere near as serious.
A few years ago I built a PC, but I only built it with 512MB of memory. It's always been kind of slow. For example, it's never really played iTunes very well, it kind of jerks through the songs. I've always thought iTunes was a notorious memory hog, but it's still kind of ridiculous.
I've finally decided to get some more RAM. Thanks to various mishaps, the RAM is about the only thing I haven't changed or replaced on this computer. I've got the information from the invoice, here's what it says:
BUFFALO 512MB 184-Pin DDR SDRAM DDR 333 (PC 2700)
They don't make this any more, or at least Newegg doesn't sell it. Should I just go and find some RAM that is very similar to this (I was thinking another 512MB stick) or is there anything that I can do to buy some better RAM? And how do I know what of those stats makes the PC run faster? Thank you very much for your time.