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Identifying what type of ram is compatible with this model.

I recently ordered this ram card for a friend and found he did not need it. Would this be compatible for the vaio pcv-rx650

Micsys 2GB DDR2 RAM PC2-5300 240-Pin DIMM

Thank you for your help


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  • kkamerling Jan 09, 2009

    Thanks for the help. ^_^



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Hi there,
sorry m8, your RAM type is PC-2100 DDR, and as the RAM in mention is PC2-5300 they do not fit here.
if, on the other hand, you want RAM for your computer, HERE is help.
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