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Ram classification dynet dnkm5u512b&te-a4 ddr400(3) 512mx8 s/n: rmin-630048to this is whats' on the ram stick. now what PC is this so i can buy a new stick as i'm totally confused with this one pls

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DDR400 memory is PC3200.

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