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Have A-Data RAM, PC6400, 800MHz, don't even know what brand that is but they are (2 sticks, each one is 2GB), wanna upgrade to 8GB, any suggestions on where I should buy 4GB more or what type of RAM brand?? My mobo is 780i, or should I get completly new 8GB set?
Edited by thecountzz - 8/1/08 at 3:26pm
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A-Data is the brand name. First, you need to know specs of ram you have. To do this, you can read the specs from ram sticks or get it from the system tools such as cpu-z etc. Most common is Cas5 5-5-5-18 DDR2-800(PC6400). Get the same specs of ram so avoid unnecessary conflicts. Second, you have 32bit OS so you can't full utilize 8GB of ram. Maybe get another 2GB.
Edited by linskingdom - 8/1/08 at 3:53pm
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Well, if you already have 2 sticks of it I dont see a reason to buy 8gb of a whole new RAM.
Here is a link to DirectCanada.com for A-data sticks
2X2 GB
http://www.directcanada.com/products...facture=A-DATA

Errr, they are out...try here:
http://www.ncix.com/products/index.p...a%20Technology
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It is 5-5-5-5-15, and its misprint don't know how to change my system stats on the website, I have 64-bit operating, my RAM doesnt have that pink stuff its green with black boxes
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The pink part is just a ram heat spreader. The label has all information.

http://www.adata-group.com/en/produc...ductNo=AD2800U
Edited by linskingdom - 8/1/08 at 4:00pm
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