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I have a Dell Optiplex 5756ea --need to know what kind of Ram

Motherboard is cn6986144m1649, what type of RAM does this take?

Currently there are 4 X 256MB and one is bad. However, seems like a good opportunity to upgrade. What should I get. Cost is currently an issue.

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See this site, can help you

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Also try www.crucial.com, you can install something that will automatically detect what make and model PC you're using and tell you what RAM it can take, you can even buy it from there :)

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