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If your motherboard has 4 slots and existing RAM is of the same configuration type, i.e. - DDR3-1333 DIMM CL9, then you should have no problem.
26 Jan 2015 by Mr J R
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I think its High Density
8 Jan 2015 by Kenneth G. Whittington
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No this type of memory is used for computers .What you need to upgrade is DDR2 PC2-5300 * CL=5 * Unbuffered * NON-ECC * DDR2-667 * 1.8V * 128Meg x 64 * * Part #: CT612861 .Hope this helps .........
22 Jan 2014 by Paul Daverson
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is this ram suitable for the all in one PC
23 Feb 2014 by natasha jenkins
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Its is a standard DDR3 module, if you don't know that that means then I wouldn't recommend trying to upgrade this yourself.
8 May 2014 by Oliver
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Depends on how many RAM slots you have. To upgrade from 4 to 8gb you would need two slots, also it would be better if the 2 x 4GB were the same
23 Feb 2014 by GunwitchUK
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