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RAM I want to upgrade my IBM PC . which Ram will be compatible with my system.It is of 8122 series

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Hello there.

Please click here to find out the suited ram for your system, there is a scanner util you can run on the web page, or you can choose your IBM series system from the drop down list.

Hope this helps.

Posted on May 11, 2008

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