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Am I purchasing the right kind of RAM?

This is a discussion on Am I purchasing the right kind of RAM? within the Tech Support forums, part of the Knight Online (ko4life.com) category; I am buying this Ram: http://www.pacificgeek.com/product.asp?id=36380 I would like to know a few things before purchasing: I went to a ...
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    I am buying this Ram: http://www.pacificgeek.com/product.asp?id=36380

    I would like to know a few things before purchasing: I went to a website earlier that scanned my computer and it said " Each memory slot can hold DDR2 PC2-4200,DDR2 PC2-5300 with a maximum of 1GB per slot.*"

    The ones it recommended were all "240-Pin DIMM." So does this mean that I am buying the right kind of RAM?

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    CAS Latency 5

    i wouldnt.

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    im using this, said to be the fastest ram on the market


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    im using this, said to be the fastest ram on the market

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    4x 1gb Corsairs CL2, running on dual channel.

    me > you.

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    I have been using Balistix RAM since early 2005. DDR2 667mhz and I think it was worth every penny I paid for it.

    Balistix is made by Crutical which have a very helpful web site

    also a good info site is tomshardware.com

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    crucial website is the way to go, theyll can the comp and offer their compatible memory, all my computers have theri ballistix memory (cept the laptop, it cant use it ... )
    i swear by it

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    im using Kingston Dual Channel DDR2 (667Mhz) runs like a gem on dual core

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    I still have regular old DDR400 Crucial Ballistix 2 x 1gig Dual Channnies

    But they are nicely OC'ed to DDR500



    And I agree Crucial has quality ram and a very user-friendly 'Upgrade Center,' I think they call it.

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