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 Technical

FAQ - What is RAM and why do I need it?
FAQ - How do I figure out what kind of memory my system has?
FAQ - How do I check what’s in my computer already?
FAQ - Why is it important to purchase memory designed and tested for a specific system rather than to use generic memory?
FAQ - How much memory do I need? / How much memory should I have?
FAQ - Will adding more RAM make my Internet surfing faster?
FAQ - How do you know it's time for a memory upgrade?
FAQ - Will I void my system warranty by installing your memory?
FAQ - Can I install my new memory in with my old memory, or will I have to take it out?
FAQ - What is the difference between CL2 and CL3?
FAQ - Explain DDR speeds.
FAQ - What is the difference between DDR & DDR-2?
FAQ - What is the difference between registered and unbuffered memory?
FAQ - How do I know which is the lowest numbered slot?
FAQ - How do I find out how much memory is installed in my system?
FAQ - Will additional memory speed up my computer?
FAQ - What is ESD?
FAQ - How do I update my BIOS?


 Customer Care FAQs

FAQ - Why should I buy from ArchMemory?
FAQ - Where is my order?
FAQ - I think my package is lost. What do I do?
FAQ - When will my order ship?
FAQ - International Customs and Taxes
FAQ - How do you ship your RMAs?
FAQ - Why did my RMA get shipped US postal when I paid originally for overnight?
FAQ - What are my payment options?
FAQ - Can I change/cancel my order?
FAQ - I am having a problem placing my order online, what now?

FAQ - How can I check the status of my order?
FAQ - When will I receive my package(s)?
FAQ - Why didn't I receive my e-mail confirmation for my order?
FAQ - Do you sell new or used memory?
FAQ - Where do you get your RAM?
FAQ - What is your return policy?
FAQ - How long will my refund take?
FAQ - Do you offer buybacks?
FAQ - I know my credit card info is correct, why does it keep giving me an "AVS Error, Address does not match what is in file"?
FAQ - What is CPUID and how do I use it?
FAQ - Bulk Ordering