Always check the specs...
You MUST verify what type of ram you need. It maybe possible to continue using your old ram, but if the new system doesn't support it, you have to buy new of the type you need. Ram by itself really is good until it simply goes bad for whatever reason, but for all intends and purposes, ram is always good to go. Further, you can have the same type, but be of a slower speed, so the system will go as fast as the slowest installed. It defeats the purpose of zippy ram if it has to work in conjunction with slower ram a seriously consideration if you want the best of your system. At least you can work with it until faster ram is brought. So, verify your new system specs and compare against old system.
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