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Hi I would like to upgrade my ram but i dont know wat type of ram do i need. My existing ram is a DDR2. D model of my motherboard is ConRoe 1333-D667. any help would be aprreciated

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  • cacodar Sep 12, 2009

    at d moment i have 1gb DDR2 pc5300. its a samsung

  • cacodar Sep 12, 2009

    i searched for them but i couldn t find anything. actually i was going to try and look for a kingston 2gb

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Now a days ddr2 rams are more cheaper than DDR1 ram. pls give more details of ur computer. i think best Ram manufacturing company is trannscend. sodimm is the best chooice for u...

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It depends upon what the current amount of RAM you have anf the maximum amount of RAM your motherboard can support.
Most desktop PCs can support a total 1Gb and possibly 2Gb.
If you plan to use the wxisting RAM module and plan to add another RAM module if possible buy one from the same manufacturer and the same speed.
Some RAM modules may not work with mixed/different manufacturers.

Posted on Sep 12, 2009

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    Chris Hingee Sep 12, 2009

    If you want to increase your total memory to 2Gb then purchase a Samsung PC5300 1Gb DDR2 RAM module.

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    Chris Hingee Sep 15, 2009

    Kingston RAM are a good make and is a good alternative.

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