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If you definetly don''t know what to buy than just take your ram chip you have and maybe the manual of your mainboard to the store and they will tell you.

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Browse on over to Crucial.com and check out their memory configurator. If you know the name of the company that built the computer or you know the maker and version of the motherboard, they can find the memory that''s right for you. Chances are, if you bought the computer in recent years you''ll be looking for DDR SDRAM, otherwise you''ll need plain ol'' SDRAM in the 100 or 133 MHz speeds. If you were unlucky enough to buy into RAMBUS craze, you''ll have a slightly tougher time since Crucial does not sell it (you can check NewEgg.com though).

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