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ddr v ddr2

Discussion in 'PC hardware help' started by wull1101, Nov 6, 2007.

  1. wull1101

    wull1101 Member

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    hi there troops im thinking of upgradeing my ram iv got 1gb ddr 400
    and want to upgrade to 2gb ddr but for the same price almost i could have 4gb ddr 2 ram any advice?
     
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    4gigs, but make sure your motherboard can support ddr2.
     
  3. ddp

    ddp Moderator Staff Member

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    if motherboard doesn't have ddr2 slots then can't use ddr2 ram as they are different from ddr. usually boards with both ddr & ddr2 slots can only goto 2gigs each only not combined for 4 gigs.
     
  4. pacman33

    pacman33 Guest

    Something also, that I suggest, if you are able to upgrade to ddr2, don't use 2gb sticks, its smarter to just use 1gb sticks, others may say different, but with every computer I have used, and any I have ever worked on, they seem to run smother while using 1gb sticks.
     

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