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Hi, I have a IBM Aptiva E2 machine. It has two memory
slots, one with 32 Meg SRAM, one is empty. I am thinking
about a upgrade, can I buy one 64Meg SRAM slip, and make a total of 32+64=96Meg.  
Thanks in advance.
Sean
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I assume you are talking about 168 pin DIMMS. The answer is yes you can, as these are DIMMS not SIMMS, thus you do not require matched pairs.

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