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RAM for Dell Dimension 2400

by debsam21 / November 16, 2005 3:10 AM PST

I have some ram cards from an old computer. How would I know if they can go in my Dimension 2400? Does it have certain numbers that I must see? Thank you.

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Any 184 pin dimm should work
by Olds / November 16, 2005 3:36 AM PST

IF you have one of the memory slots open ( there are only 2 total) you should be able to use any 184 pin dimm.

If you can, try and use one that is PC2700 (333 Mhz). You can use any 184 pin modules that are slower, but you won't get the best performance out of them.

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Re old's comment
by Ray Harinec / November 16, 2005 4:18 AM PST

understand that if the one you add is slower, it will slow all of the others down to the lower speed.

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Adding DDR3200 to Dell Dimension 2400
by los4420 / April 2, 2006 11:43 AM PDT
In reply to: Re old's comment

What happens if you add memory that is *faster*, eg. DDR3200, 400MhZ? Will this work?

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Dimension 2400
by jackintucson / November 16, 2005 6:59 AM PST
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This website will tell you the best ram.
by DeadMetalHead / April 3, 2006 7:32 AM PDT

Go to www.Crucial.com and go to the memory advisor. You dont have to buy this ram, just write down the type of ram and spec then search bizrate.com or something.

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