01-29-2020, 10:37 AM
Windows Tech Team
Join Date: Dec 2019
Location: Staunton, VA
OS: Windows 10 Pro, 64-bit, Version 1909
Your best bet is to either go to Crucial's website
and use their system scanner and/or Kingston's website, memory page
and use their Search by System/Device
Either one will give you the information about the exact type of memory module you need. I personally like the Crucial scanner as it will tell you exactly what's currently in your system as well as the maximum it can take, and how you would split that across slots.
You can buy any brand you like, the information given by either site specifies the memory type and configuration that is applicable to any memory manufacturer.
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