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jacko33_

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Hello, i have a Gigabyte GA-78LMT-USB3 motherboard.

Im wanting to replace my 8GB of RAM with two new 8GB ram totaling 16GB.

Could somebody help me with which RAM is compatable and which is the best for the money?
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if you still have the mobo manual book it came with, you'll find a memory compatibility list, or it'll be on the Gigabyte website as well for your mobo.
I've always used Kingston RAM and have found them the best value for money. but like all opinions, it's subjective.
 

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You will first have to check the motherboard version number to be sure, but have a look here (for version 6)


Remember that the memory Gigabyte say will work with your board is ONLY the ram that has BEEN TESTED with that board and there may well be some unlisted ram that will also work.
 

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