Question about Dell Computers & Internet
I got 1 GB DDR RAM,but I want to ugrade more.How much most I can
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: upgradation to 1 gb ram
Go to this site http://www.crucial.com/ and follow the instructions and it will give you the ram that is compatible for your system.
Without knowing the manufacturer
and model it is difficult to give you the info. Use the site above and it will be specific.
Posted on Apr 25, 2008
SOURCE: Upgrade my processor And RAM
Yes, you have 3 slots on your mobo, each slot supports 1 GB. Below is a link where you can buy compatible memory for your motherboard.
Posted on May 10, 2008
SOURCE: ram upgrade
In the motherboard manual( or manufacturer website) you should find the devices supported by your model, the kind and amount of RAM and many other useful information, the manufacturer of your mainboard is the most qualified person to tell you what you can and what you can't plug in your system.
If like you said, you are starting to learn tech stuff, one of the first things you should know is :
- The Orchestra director in your PC is a thing Called "CHIPSET", it dictates the kind of CPU, RAM, HDD...etc.
If you are really interested in technical things about computers, i suggest you to read what is behind the link.
NOTE: The doc is a little out of date but still applies. You will need ACROBAT READER to open it.
Knowledge is the most powerful weapon.
Posted on Jul 17, 2008
SOURCE: adding ram
Supported RAM TechnologyDDR SDRAMRAM Installed ( Max )0 MB / 2 GB (max)Supported RAM SpeedPC2100, PC1600, PC2700The above is the specification for RAM for your M/board
It can take up to 2Gb ram 2 X 1GB sticks you may have to change BIOS settings aand your computer will definitely run fasterPlease give me a FIXYA
Posted on Sep 20, 2008
SOURCE: i have dell pentium 3.ram
cpu does not choose the RAM , its the motherboard that you should look into. if you can give us the exact model of your dell pc, or better yet the Exact model of your motherboard, we can easily tell you if its supported... usually Pentium 3 computers use SDRAM modules
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
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