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Please take a look at the image below.
Currently I have 2 GB of RAM spread out over 4 slots (4 x 512)
I would like to upgrade to 4GB, and possibly beyond in the future.

Can you help me figure out the specs of what o buy?
Do I need to buy 512mb RAM sticks, or could I just buy 2 x 1GB sticks?

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you dont have to get 4 512mb sticks you can get 2 1gb sticks
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Crucial will give you many options.

http://www.crucial.com/store/listpar...00%20Series%29
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Looks like you would want something like this:
1GB Module
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512Mb Module
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