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Ive been lookin at buying ram cards also and i seen on websites 200 pin, 220 pin etc. what does that mean and will i have to watch for that when i buy ram for my motherboard cause mine says 184 in my manual......

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Yes, you will have to purchase the correct RAM modules.

Your 184 pin RAM is DDR. Here is a picture.

ram cards ? - 07eb2c5.jpg If you count the small copper contacts at the bottom on this side, there are 92. There are also 92 on the other side. (Total of 184) These are the "pins".

Go to www.crucial.com and run their scan program. It is safe. It will scan your system and then tell you how much RAM you have, how much your computer will hold, and what kind of RAM you need.

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