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Purchasing motherboard I want to build a system but was hoping for advice on motherboards. I want it to have cooling, be capable of running 8g RAM and core duo 2 3Ghz CPU, for under $150 Australian. any suggestions?

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Check out Tiger Direct. It seems like they are having tons of sales now. Cant beat the custormer service.

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Windows Operating System comes in both 32-bit and 64-bit versions. Examples are Windows XP (64-Bit) and Windows 7 (64-Bit). A 64-Bit Operating System is capable of handling large amounts of data. Hence, it is clear that newer hardware supports 64-bit operation. As for processor Core 2 Duo or higher is required with RAM at least 2 GB or more.

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Go to your google search bar and type in SIW, download and run it. In the left hand column, scroll down to the hardware section and click on memory. It will tell you how much you have and how much your motherboard is capable of handling.
Some boards like my Dell 8400 will take 4GB and use it all but the motherboard only recognizes 3GB, so if your unsure you might be able to go to the computer manufacturer website, go to support, type in the info for the computer you have and they should tell you what that board is capable of.
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its a case of purchasing the new ram modules taking the old ram out and popping the new ram in

i wud recommend using OCZ, GEIL or Crucial memory modules as these are the best makes

the spped of the ram varies from system to system depending on the system bus speed
the most common speeds for this board is pc2100, pc2700 and pc3200
these speeds are as follows pc2100 - ddr200
pc2700 - ddr333 and pc3200 - ddr400

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Foxconn m/b memory capabilities?


YOU HAVE TO CALL THE MANIFACTURE OF YOU PRODUCT AND ASK TO SEE IF THE SYSTEM WILL SUPPORT MORE MEMORY

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If you want 1GB , Especially if your motherboard supports Dual Channel Memory capability, then you will want 2 512mb sticks.

However, I seen in some instances that purchasing a 1GB stick is cheaper then purchasing 2 512mb sticks depending on where you shop.

Try looking around on Newegg (personal favorite for shopping computer gear) or other places and see the various prices.

Another thing, to determine the ram you have in your system , I reccomend a few utilities to familiarize yourself with your computer.

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The picture is misleading. Haha anyways, Its really simple to install an operating system. All you need is the installation CD and proper installation hardware such as (DVD, CD, or DVD/CD rom). Along with a hard drive. Now before installing an "O.S" follow these simple steps:

1-make sure its compatible with your motherboard, some motherboards are not compatible with certain versions of O.S.
2- you have to make sure, your processor is capable of the running the O.S you plan on installing.
3- You have to make sure you have enough Ram to run the O.S (the Ram and processor both have to be compatible with the motherboard to begin with).
4-Make sure your Hard drive is capable of supporting the O.S by having sufficient space to satisfy your needs and the O.S itself.

Once you have followed those steps you can follow the on screen process provided by the O.S installation CD.

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A motherboard suitable for the processor you wish to use.
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