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Emil, the path is never sucure for those who cut corners. Stick with a reliable name you can count on and a vendor with correct matching criteria for your machine. Stick with Corsair or Kingston. This site asks if your machine is DDR2 or DDR3 and then classify all machines under that criteria with wrong Max's and most like wrong RAM!!! It even has the wrong number of slots in the machine!!! I rest my case, now I'll let it go!!

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Emil, the path is never sucure for those who cut corners. Stick with a reliable name you can count on and a vendor with correct matching criteria for your machine. Stick with Corsair or Kingston. This site asks if your machine is DDR2 or DDR3 and then classify all machines under that criteria with wrong Max's and most like wrong RAM!!! It even has the wrong number of slots in the machine!!! I rest my case, now I'll let it go!!
Emil, the path is never sucure for those who cut corners. Stick with a reliable name you can count on and a vendor with correct matching criteria for your machine. Stick with Corsair or Kingston. This site asks if your machine is DDR2 or DDR3 and then classify all machines under that criteria with wrong Max's and most like wrong RAM!!! It even has the wrong number of slots in the machine!!! I rest my case, now I'll let it go!!

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Edit by: Majesty ,

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Emil
, the path is never sucure for those who cut corners. Stick with a reliable name you can count on and a vendor with correct matching criteria for your machine. Stick with Corsair or Kingston. This site asks if your machine is DDR2 or DDR3 and then classify all machines under that criteria with wrong Max's and most like wrong RAM!!!
Emil[image|94476]

Emil
, the path is never sucure for those who cut corners. Stick with a reliable name you can count on and a vendor with correct matching criteria for your machine. Stick with Corsair or Kingston. This site asks if your machine is DDR2 or DDR3 and then classify all machines under that criteria with wrong Max's and most like wrong RAM!!!

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Original post by: Majesty ,

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Emil, the path is never sucure for those who cut corners.  Stick with a reliable name you can count on and a vendor with correct matching criteria for your machine.  Stick with Corsair or Kingston.

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