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Laptop memory So, can I buy this kind memory?: Capacity:2GB (2 x 1GB) Speed:DDR2 800 MHz (PC2 6400) The motherboard support 2GB max. Thanks

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DDR2 800 MHz (PC2 6400)

the best

and 2gb or 4gb is up to you

Posted on Dec 25, 2008

  • simpson2nd Dec 25, 2008

    and if you have a DV6000 laptop hp, i think the max for memory would be 4gb (after you update your window like vista SP1, XP SP2)

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