question about ram

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Ive been thinking about adding more ram to my comp (its only at 128 right now) and as ive looked at the options i see theres several different types like 2100, ddr, sdr, and these terms are foriegn to me. I was hoping someone could give me some info on what they mean, and how to tell if its compatible with my comp?

Thanks : )
 

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You should find this site a great help. And they are a good place to buy.

http://www.crucial.com/

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SD = Single Data
DD = Double Data
The number refers to the speed of the memory in mega-hertz

Generally, if your computer or motherboard is older than 6 months, it uses SDRAM and is NOT compatable with DDR.



<font color=blue>"640 Kilobytes of computer memory ought to be enough for anybody." - Bill Gates, 1981</font color=blue>
 
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wow thanks guys, between your two answers and the link i learned a lot : )
 

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