Hello Bullet: I strongly advise you research and write down some memory model numbers that are compatible with your mobo BEFORE you buy. Alot of people ( i have doen it too!!) buy some memory because the deal was good onluy to find its not compatible with your mobo. I would research on the crucial, corsair and ocz websites (all excellent memory makers) and find model numbers for memory sticks which are listed as compabible for your mobo. Then; using these model numbers go on ebay and bid on that memory!!
otherwise you will find a hellva deal / but it may not work with your board / especailly one gig sticks are even fussier than the 512 if you can believe that !!
also does your board support dual channel config's ( mobo have 3 or four slots for memory) if four than probally yes / a board will run alot faster with two matching sticks of 512 in dual channel mode than it will run in single channel mode with one gig !!!!
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