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It says the mobo can support up 4gb.But I went to crucial.com and they said I was at max with the 256mb. confused
You didn't post your OS? 32? 64? If you have a 32bit OS, the max is 4GB's, but your software will only use around 3.80GB's. if you are using PC-133? You may be limited to 2GB's Take a look here: http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=2855814&CatId=544 OR http://www.walmart.com/ip/ACP-Memory-Upgrades-AA36C128R72-PC133-1GB-SDRAM-Memory-Module/13044619. 1 GBx2 may be the most you can get in PC-133.
Posted on Jan 17, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
But you have to be sure to get the right memory.
1Gigabyte Module for Sony VAIO PCV-RS420
RAM type DDR DIMM
Form factor 2.5 Volts, Proprietary Design
Storage capacity 1 GB
Technology DDR DIMM
Access time PC2700 (333 MHz)
Slot(s) required 1
Data integrity check non-Registered, non-ECC
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Posted on Oct 15, 2008
You see, forcing the slot to receive more than its max (factory-default) capacity could cause unknown side effect that could leads to damage to either memory, mainboard or both.
But if you're lucky, it just detect 2GB but got somewhat increased performance.
But you have to be a risk-taker because I
really, really am not recommend this.
Posted on Dec 23, 2008
SOURCE: install memory
No. Your Dell Dimension uses PC-2100 type memory. Your Dell Dimension can support up to 1GB of memory. For optimal performance install the maximum amount of memory in each socket. Your Dell Dimension 4500 has 2 banks of 1 socket each for a total of 2 memory sockets.
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Posted on Jan 26, 2009
Some older computers, like mine, have a maximum memory they can handle. This one happens to be 1 gig, but yours may be less. Do you have an older computer? Yup, you do. As seen here, the maximum supported ram is 256. I'm sorry. Please rate.
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
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