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    Best RAM upgrade options for G732LWS.

    Just wondering what the best ram options are out there to replace with.

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    Not all lines are available in all capacities. I'd start with figuring out what capacity you need and look for kits from there.
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    The one I am getting will only have 8gb of Ram in it, and I would ideally want 16gb, or 32gb would be great..

    I am not very familiar with Ram brands, and I was just wondering what the best bang for buck would be.

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    I don't know what's in your machine now but ideally the same module in a higher capacity. I wouldn't worry about getting ridiculously fast speed modules since typically they default to a lower speed anyway and can't be changed.
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    I just checked on crucial, and they reccommended a nice set.

    The g732lws wasnt on the site, last time I looked, but it is up now.

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