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GDDR3 is Graphical Double Data Rate memory, 3 being the 3rd revision. Video cards usually either use regular DDR (slow) or GDDR3 (high end cards) but SOME (X1300 512MB comes to mind) use GDDR2 which never really caught on for whatever reason. Basically its VERY fast ram but is also expensive, over half of a modern video card's production cost can be just the cost of the RAM itself! Also, MAC edition cards refer to the ability to work in a MAC computer which I believe use different standards so I would stay away from those unless you are putting this into a MAC lol. Anyways, a 6600GT is a VERY nice card and as soon as you tell me what your motherboard supports (it supports 133, yes, and you said it does NOT support 400 but it may still support 200/233/266/300/333 etc. There are tons of RAM speeds and I want to get you the fastest you can get, you won't regret it.
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Thanks a lot.

Additional thanks to those who have helped me with this matter. Wish I could give something back in return but.... =/

So hopefully that graphic card and the 1GB of Ram will be good till I can officially upgrade my computer..

Oh ok, Remoster I'll post up the picture that you requested when I get back.
post #53 of 101
You know what? Just get this ram: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820145026

This, http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820145024 is DDR266, the slowest stuff newegg sells. It costs $3 MORE Than the same stuff but in DDR400 and atleast 400 will be able to go into ANY motherboard you upgrade without the need for new RAM! So like i said before, get RAM in 512MB sticks, if you want 1GB, grab 2 of these sticks and you're good to go!
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[Edit2]: Well one of my friend decided to give me an ATI Radeon 9600XT 128MB or the Radeon 9550 256MB which one should I get?

[Edit]: Well it wasn't Corsair but was Crucial and I have found out which ram I need to buy. However the problem is that they sell 512 sticks and 256 sticks. I currently have 256 as you can see, does it HAVE to be another 256? Or could I just buy 512 mb stick? Does it have to be the same or no? Thanks in advance.


OK I KNOW WITH THE 1GIG/2GIG >_>. No need to shove it down my throat . I know I have a crappy system but before this I had a Compaq Presario the really old one, Pentium 1, 5GB, I forgot the Mhz but I used that computer till like 4 years ago. I know how it feels to have an outdated system =/.

So I decided to purchase a corsair memory stick. I was able to find the one that I need to buy through their site. Hopefully this'll work! Wish me luck guys and thanks for the awesome replies, though some were off topic :cough:.
Get the 9600XT its still a fast card.
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wo wo hang on, if hes got SD-RAM @133mhz DDR-RAM aint gonna fit
    
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at $139 a 6600GT is VERY hard to beat, I don't think anything today touches it price to performance wise. I think if you can get that, then get it, if you get it over a 9600XT, then you can go for longer without needing to upgrade again, I think a 6600GT should be good for atleast 2 years to play new games at medium settings then.

EDIT/// I guess we DO need those CPU-Z Screen Shots now, tell us, is it DDR SD-RAM or just SDR (Single Data Rate) just post pics of all the tabs in CPUZ except for the last one with info about the program
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Hopefully the pictures aren't that small:



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I like your desktop...+10 coolpoints ....now go ahead and tweak your Windows up...and you'll be ready to roll !
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Haha thanks~!

Tweak it eh? I think I've done enough tweaking and my 256 ram isn't helping at all! =/ I've tried windowblinds? My computer ran so slow =[
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Damn, I was looking for a manufacturer and serial number but it just says "00000000000" lol! I guess that guarantees that it's cheapo generic RAM. Definitely get some new RAM, now would you happen to know if it's 168 pin or 184 pin?
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