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they dont show any kingstons on there, i just need to know if the kingston will work for it

ive checked the specs and they seem to be right, but ive only done this once so i was hoping for a 2nd opinon
 

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Crucial is the best option for OEM and lower tier Mobo's to insure compatibility.
Purchase in a matched pair and use only the new RAM to avoid compatibility issues.
 

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well not the sports but it does show the ballistics.

Im confused i can match all the other specs to what my computer needs but i dont understand the PC3-10600 , PC3-1066 , PC3-12800

my pc will except
PC3-8500 (DDR3-1066)

PC3-10600 (DDR3-1333)



but the crucial website gives the sticks with 12800, 10600 but no 8500?
 

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not sure whats inside the pc fairly new havn't opened it up yet but the specs say

3GB DDR3 SDRAM
with 2 sockets in the pc

so i would have to replace to upgrade...
i guess they put a stick of 1gb and another of 2gb weird but ok...
 
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