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Old 05-15-2009, 05:59 AM   #1
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Hi all,

Do anybody know about AUM computer RAM, I am planning to upgrade the memory. I have heard a lot about it and some of my friends are using it, they told me that there is no compatibility or any other issue with the RAM. I still want to know more about it. Kindly provide me reviews of AUM RAM.


Thanks in advance.
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Old 05-15-2009, 07:27 AM   #2
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Hi all,

Do anybody know about AUM computer RAM, I am planning to upgrade the memory. I have heard a lot about it and some of my friends are using it, they told me that there is no compatibility or any other issue with the RAM. I still want to know more about it. Kindly provide me reviews of AUM RAM.


Thanks in advance.
RAM is so cheap these days anyway that I wouldn't bother trying to save a few more bucks with a brand that isn't as well known, but that's just me...
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I've looked on the internetz, and heres what i found:
http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/22...y-manufacturer

Basically there has been alot of instances where people who have bought AUM ram get a slower speed ram then what they paid for. So basically i would be sure to check your friends bios to see if its running at the speed hes saying its running at.
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spend the extra few bucks and get some ram thats actually worth it
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From what I can find, AUM labeled memory is manufactured by OM Nanotech. They are an OEM manufacturer for many major brands.
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Hi all,

Do anybody know about AUM computer RAM, I am planning to upgrade the memory. I have heard a lot about it and some of my friends are using it, they told me that there is no compatibility or any other issue with the RAM. I still want to know more about it. Kindly provide me reviews of AUM RAM.


Thanks in advance.
If you give us the specs of your motherboard we can recommend some good ram for you. It doesn't necessarily have to be AUM ram.
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I think he's been fishing for answers. I've found similar posts by him on a few different forums.
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Hi everybody, sorry to hijack the thread but I'm after a little help choosing RAM for myself. I have an old Thinkpad R40, its currently got 2x256Mb but I'm thinking of putting one 1Gb stick in (and maybe another one later on..). I think it only supports pc2100 ram but i can still use pc2700 or pc3200?

anyone i've just been looking on ebay and someone was offering this AUM ram that I had never heard of. should i be looking for brand name ram?

thanks in advance
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I think he's been fishing for answers. I've found similar posts by him on a few different forums.
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Hi everybody, sorry to hijack the thread but I'm after a little help choosing RAM for myself. I have an old Thinkpad R40, its currently got 2x256Mb but I'm thinking of putting one 1Gb stick in (and maybe another one later on..). I think it only supports pc2100 ram but i can still use pc2700 or pc3200?

anyone i've just been looking on ebay and someone was offering this AUM ram that I had never heard of. should i be looking for brand name ram?

thanks in advance
The AUM memory should be good quality as it's manufactured by OM Nanotech. You should look into their warranty specifics before buying though.

Crucial has a scanner that will analyze your system and tell you exactly what memory you have and how much and what type it can accept.

Crucial System Scanner
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