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PC RAM What do they mean when they specify RAM like this: 512MB 64*8/32*8/32*16

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Looks like that could mean different combinations of RAM sticks that add up to the total amount. Such as 16 sticks of 32 to get 512 MB ram. You shouldn't need to worry about this, as most RAM sticks these days are at least 256. So if you need 512 Mb of Ram all you need are two 256 Sticks.
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This refers to the data width and chip configuration. 64*8 is an 8 chip 512MB module. (8 components @ 64MB each) 32*8 is an 8-chip 256MB module. (8 components @ 32MB each), etc.

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