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etype | 22:58 Wed 05th Apr 2006 | Technology
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My desktop PC ( new at xmas) uses DDR memory, somebody told me that not all DDR memory is the same, is that true as I need to add some memory to speed things up.

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Not all DDR memory is the same.

There are many types; DDR PC2700, 3200, 3500, 4000, and 4400. The most common at the moment is DDR PC3200.

Motherboard manuals will generally specify the maximum type they can support, since a a motherboard that supports DDR PC3500 will support anything below that.
Goto http://www.crucial.com/uk/ and use the crucial system scanner.

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