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C90 memory

The ASUS C90 supports up to 3GB of memory, and could support a configuration of one 2GB stick and one 1 GB stick, and I am wondering how big a factor identical sticks are when it comes to this, in other words will it be better to have 2 identical 1 GB sticks, or one 2GB and one 1GB?

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(NT) Did you try crucial.com ?

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Yes

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Yes, but it doesn't exactly throw it's support one way or the other, I was just wondering if it is in any way a problem having mismatched memory sizes, to the extent that it would be more beneficial having the two sticks of 1 GB

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Odd. It seemed clear to me.

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"Maximum memory is reached by using one 2GB SODIMM and one 1GB SODIMM."

"to the extent that it would be more beneficial having the two sticks of 1 GB"

No one will tell you the benefits of more RAM. That's your choice and you decide why you do that. I see crucial offer the 2GB stick which you replace one of the 1GB sticks so isn't that clear enough?

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