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    Aaron_T's Avatar A duck is watching.
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    I'm currently looking to buy a new ram stick for my PC and ive found one that seems a good price etc etc...

    but how can i tell thats its compatible with my PC and my motherboard.

    this is a rather n00bish question but i simply dont know
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    Read the specifications of your motherboard. It has the RAM requirements listed.

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    where do i find these specs?
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    At the manufacturers web site or in the users manual.

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    Thanbkjr Virtail :d :d :d :d :d :d :d
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    You'rk valcoon Maryann :p

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