From there, you can use their memory advisor or scanner tool. The scanner tool is just a quicker way to do it. It will scan your system and then pull up recommendations. The advisor is where you would select the computer manufacturer (esentially the same thing, just alittle more time consuming than the scanner tool)
The tool will show you what model RAM chip you would need, how much maximum RAM the system can have, and then you'll see assorted prices for the RAM.
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