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Going to put in more memory!

Have E-Machine T3604 desktop, need to know how much is installed now & how much I can add- 1gb, 2gb, or what? (to print the manual would help, but not necassary if I get the info_Thanks

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    Sibananda Jena May 11, 2010

    512MB DDR2 dual channel capable (1 × 512MB), 533MHz (PC4200)
    Expandable to 2GB
    2 DDR2 Slots (Total) | 1 DDR2 Slot (Available)

    you can add maximum 2GB and u have total two slots...and inbuilt 512 MB by default

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You can go to the System Utility in the control panel to see the OS installed and total memory, but it doesn't show you how the memory is configured, whether all in one module or spread over two or more memory chips.

The easiest way to see exactly what is in the computer tower without opening the box is a free download called the Belarc Advisor, available from www.belarc.com

It will tell you how many slots your machine has AND what size of memory modules are installed in each, along with alot more information about your machine.

The T3604 has two memory slots. Each memory slot can hold DDR2 PC2-5300 with a maximum of 1GB per slot, so the total maximum for this system is 2GB.

Sorry to correct Dipu007, but the machine does not have an inbuilt 512MB. It shipped with a 512MB in one of the slots which must be removed to put in the two 1GB sticks to reach the max of 2GB.

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Goto httop://www.crucial.com and run the automatic detection service, it will tell you exactly what ram you can get and what ram is in there and they have about the best prices as well.

Posted on Dec 30, 2008

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