Thanks guys :)
Message Edited by monkey magic on 08-28-200606:29 PM
400 & 533 MHz DDR2 SDRAM
small form-factor computer: 2small desktop computer: 4desktop computer: 4small mini-tower computer: 4mini-tower computer: 4
128 MB, 256 MB, 512 MB, or 1 GB non-ECC
dual-channel: 256 MBsingle-channel: 128 MB
small form-factor computer: 2 GBsmall desktop computer: 4 GBdesktop computer: 4 GBsmall mini-tower computer: 4 GBmini-tower computer: 4 GB
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but he said it was not for games
if he gamed then i'd have no problems recommending 1gb or 2gb.
i still think 3gb+ is a waste...
Message Edited by monkey magic on 08-29-200602:07 AM
corsair is a good brand
when i upgraded by gx280 i just bought some cheap Gateway/Micron RAM and it worked for me
i upgraded to 1gb (2x512mb) pc2-3200 400MHz ddr2
i donno about the money because I am in the US :P ... I paid $50 for that
and yes i have that same model
yes it is true, i still use my original dell optiplex gx280, 10+ years old
just replaced 2x512mb memory and purchased 4x1gb (max for four slots) ddr2, PC2-
6300, 667MHz made by pacific sun at frys electronics in downers grove, il, total cost,
$34, much faster on single/multiple window apps and web searching
if you still have this model, consider spending the $34 b4 you buy new machine
frys return policy is 30 days, good luck!