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Hi, I've looked this up for you and the memory type is as follows.

512MB 266MHz DDR - (Double Data Rate)
The latest generation of SDRAM technology. Data is read on both the rising and the falling edge of the computer clock, thereby delivering twice the bandwidth of standard SDRAM. With DDR SDRAM, memory speed doubles without increasing the clock frequency.','300')" style="TEXT-DECORATION: none" onmouseout="hideddrivetip()" rel='nofollow' href="http://www.ec.kingston.com/ecom/configurator_new/modelsinfo.asp?SysID=15617&mfr=AOpen&model=MX4GV%2FMX4GVR%2FMX4GVR&search_type=&root=us&LinkBack=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.kingston.com&Sys=15617-AOpen-MX4GV%2FMX4GVR%2FMX4GVR-GN+Motherboards&distributor=0#" ;>DDR
Non-ECC CL2.5 DIMM - (Dual In-line Memory Module) - A printed circuit board with gold contacts and memory devices. A DIMM is similar to a SIMM, but with this primary difference: unlike the metal leads on either side of a SIMM, which are *tied together* electrically, the leads on either side of a DIMM are electrically independent. ','300')" style="TEXT-DECORATION: none" onmouseout="hideddrivetip()" rel='nofollow' href="http://www.ec.kingston.com/ecom/configurator_new/modelsinfo.asp?SysID=15617&mfr=AOpen&model=MX4GV%2FMX4GVR%2FMX4GVR&search_type=&root=us&LinkBack=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.kingston.com&Sys=15617-AOpen-MX4GV%2FMX4GVR%2FMX4GVR-GN+Motherboards&distributor=0#" ;>DIMM
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1GB 266MHz DDR - (Double Data Rate)
The latest generation of SDRAM technology. Data is read on both the rising and the falling edge of the computer clock, thereby delivering twice the bandwidth of standard SDRAM. With DDR SDRAM, memory speed doubles without increasing the clock frequency.','300')" style="TEXT-DECORATION: none" onmouseout="hideddrivetip()" rel='nofollow' href="http://www.ec.kingston.com/ecom/configurator_new/modelsinfo.asp?SysID=15617&mfr=AOpen&model=MX4GV%2FMX4GVR%2FMX4GVR&search_type=&root=us&LinkBack=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.kingston.com&Sys=15617-AOpen-MX4GV%2FMX4GVR%2FMX4GVR-GN+Motherboards&distributor=0#" ;>DDR
Non-ECC CL2.5 DIMM - (Dual In-line Memory Module) - A printed circuit board with gold contacts and memory devices. A DIMM is similar to a SIMM, but with this primary difference: unlike the metal leads on either side of a SIMM, which are *tied together* electrically, the leads on either side of a DIMM are electrically independent. ','300')" style="TEXT-DECORATION: none" onmouseout="hideddrivetip()" rel='nofollow' href="http://www.ec.kingston.com/ecom/configurator_new/modelsinfo.asp?SysID=15617&mfr=AOpen&model=MX4GV%2FMX4GVR%2FMX4GVR&search_type=&root=us&LinkBack=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.kingston.com&Sys=15617-AOpen-MX4GV%2FMX4GVR%2FMX4GVR-GN+Motherboards&distributor=0#" ;>DIMM

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