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What I am looking for is a great Web site(s) for informative, concrete info on both the older and newer RAM modules.

Thanks!
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Question by:pallidin
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by:Horn E. Towed
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This is an excellent source of info.
http://www.simmtester.com/page/memory/index.html

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by:Horn E. Towed
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Rats!
Meant to post this one, too.
http://www.pcguide.com/ref/ram/index.htm

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by:jlauster
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Check the Library at:

http://www.crucial.com
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ITsheresomewhere earned 200 total points
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Here you go, as they call it

The ultimate memory guide, every thing you would care to know about memory and then some.

http://www.kingston.com/tools/umg/default.asp

downloadable even as a pdf file.

Actually having a favorite listing of the various memory seller and or manufacturers websites is a very handy tool to have set up.  Most cover the same thing but there often are little additonals that prove handy.

Crucial noted in prior post
Kingston note in this post
PNY - www.pny.com  (kind of lame tech wise)
Mushkin - www.mushkin.com  - great chips highest quality great customer service fair pricing for the highest quality.
Micron Technologies - www.micron.com

are but a few

Hope this helps
ITsy
Also the actual chip makers Hitachi,IB
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by:MoonMan
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I am gonan suggest the same site as jlauster did.  Grade A site and user friendly as well

www.cruecial.com

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by:Horn E. Towed
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Hmmm...
Inspite of the mis-spelling the link still takes you to Crucial.
Nice touch!
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by:pallidin
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The mushkin site was great! Thanks all.
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