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Ahmad89

RAM and HDMI

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Does that mean i should get the highest possilble, in this case the pc6400 or should i stick to my pc4200. And what is the timing and voltage that i should get, i dont get what it means or if it really matters.

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Timings are really irrelevant unless you're overclocking crazed. Voltage MUST follow DDR2 spec, so don't even worry about that.

 

You should get PC6400, but know that you can't also run 4200 with it. If you do, all the modules will run at 4200 speeds. Replace all with 6400 or get 4200 if you must keep your existing RAM.

 

And stay the hell away from ANY RAM that uses HIGH DENSITY modules (You'll find these on Ebay mainly), they don't work in 99% of motherboards.

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