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Old 28th March 2006, 23:09   #1
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avigating the Memory Upgrade Jungle

Though maximizing memory on new system builds is as easy as choosing a standard kit, several questions arise when upgrading existing systems, especially when the builder is a major OEM. What memory speed and type is required? How much RAM does a particular system support? What issues might affect compatibility? Is there any reason to buy name brand RAM? And what resources are available to aid end users in selecting the proper product?

We'll look into these issues and more in this article. As we delve deeply into the memory upgrade jungle, we'll consider the problems that could affect any purchase decision, and what resources major brands - such as Apacer, Corsair, Crucial, Kingston, Mushkin, PNY and Viking - offer to assist potential customers.
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