Is all DDR PC3200 RAM compatible?

by on July 29, 2011

Q: I am Trying to Buy Ram And i want to make sure it is the correct RAM
my computer currently uses
Memory Type: DDR PC3200, DDR (non-ECC)(Scanned by Crucial.com)

Here is the one i am trying to buy:

Single 1024MB (1GB) PC3200 400Mhz DDR DIMM Memory
Chip Configuration: 128X64 Unbuffered, Non Ecc, Non Registered
Chip Density: 128X4 (High Density)

Are they compatible?


3 Responses to “Is all DDR PC3200 RAM compatible?”
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    What’s the make and model of the computer you want to upgrade? Also, do you know what the current RAM configuration is in the computer? If you already have 1GB of RAM, there are probably two sticks of 512MB RAM in the PC or maybe 4 sticks of 256MB.

    Are there any open RAM stocks in the computer?

     
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      My computer can hold 4gb and i currently have a 512 and 2×256. Mu computer model is a compaq sr1920nx. And there are 4 ram slots but they are currently being used.

       
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    Picked as best answer

    You should be able to add that new stick of memory in without issue. However, sometime some sticks of RAM just don’t play well together when you mix them.

    So I’d suggest buying from somewhere with a good return policy just in case.