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I dont see what kind of ram for fx6710-01 at newegg could you tell me what kind ie. pc 800 pc 1066 ??

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Go to www.crucial.com and run the memory utility. It will let you know what kind of memory you need and the maximum memory your computer will hold along with how many slots

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