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Crucial PC2-6400 4GB DDR-2 Memory Kit Review - Crucial PC2-6400 4GB DDR-2 Memory Kit Review
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The most common memory compatibility symptom is significantly less memory being reported by the system, regardless of the fact 4GB is actually plugged in. Bottom line, if your computer applications call for 4GB of memory, you need to install 4GB of RAM from the same manufacturer. Ensure all modules are the same kind of memory, whether that's four 1GB sticks, or two 2GB sticks the rule holds pretty true.

Naturally, it's less expensive to use pick up four 1GB sticks of DDR2 than the equivalent in 2GB or 4GB modules. This is the route that PCSTATS will take in this review today, as we examine the benefits of installing four 1GB Crucial PC2-6400 memory modules in a Intel Core 2 Duo based computer and toss a bunch of benchmarks at it.

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