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iMac - 128 bit memory


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Hello, I want to upgrade the ram in my G5 iMac. How close does the new ram have to match the old? My current ram is pc3200 cas3 64x64. Will any ram with the same specs work for 128 bit mode or do they have to match exactly?
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