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Want to kow how much ram I can add and where to buy it.

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I have a Dell Dimension 2350 CPU and currently has 128 MB. I just re image the system and still runs pretty slow. How much ram can I add to the existing 128 MB already in place to run faster? What is a good site to purchase ram, please?
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Dimension 2350 Series has two memory connectors and supports non-ECC PC2100 (266-MHz) DDR SDRAM memory modules. Supported memory capacities are 128, 256, or 512MB. The maximum (total) memory is 1GB.

Regarding where you could buy? I suppose you can check you local PC store. There is always eBay if you fancy.

Mike

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