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Want to get some more. Is it all the same stuff ie pc3200, ddr sdram, 184 pin ?

or is it possible to get the wrong thing?
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Okay, what kind of G5 do you specifically have? What processor speed and number of processors is a start. I don't think anybody here wants to give bad information but a bit more from you is going to help us all out quite a bit.

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Okay, what kind of G5 do you specifically have? What processor speed and number of processors is a start. I don't think anybody here wants to give bad information but a bit more from you is going to help us all out quite a bit.

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Sorry, it's a dual 2ghz, currently with 1.5 gb of ram
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No worries. Managed to work out from the crucial site it was ddr2. Dirt cheap on there too.
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And the memory prices keep on dropping for sure. I've installed some G.Skill sticks in mine and it's pretty darn sweet that it's running me $60 for 2 gigs currently. I noticed a nice jump in performance going from 1GB to 6 GB so hopefully you'll be happy with the upgrade.

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