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I have a old Sony PCV90 computer and I want to upgrade the memory from 32mb to 128mb. It has a AG430HX motherboard. I will use 4 new 32mb EDO SIMM's 72-pin 60ns. Can someone tell me if I can use 4k refresh modules or do I need 2k refresh modules?
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Not sure what I mean by 4K / 2K refresh either. I have been to several  sites and 4K refresh seems to be about half the price of 2K refresh. But they all warn check your user manual for compatability.
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Not sure what I mean by 4K / 2K refresh either. I have been to several  sites and 4K refresh seems to be about half the price of 2K refresh. But they all warn check your user manual for compatability.
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Oldgreyguy directed you to the right place there.  Crucial do your motherboard compatability bit for you - they keep a database of motherboards and compatable memory.
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glad to have helped, thanks for the points

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