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Intel motherboard hello i need to upgrade memory for a friend. technically if amotherboard has another place for the stick is it right to say that itwill fit another chip which already has in it. like 256 or 512. or howdoes it work? how can i tell when i open it up how much more it fits in or can i find this out without first opening it up pls... thx guys and gals.. :)

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    dragoness1 Feb 25, 2009

    i'm not sure either if this is the number for the motherboard. where can i find that

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First, here is a link which lists exactly what memory modules you can use in the motherboard you've specified (if that is the motherboard in question)..

Second, you should be able to determine how many banks are still empty with the case open. You'll probably want to check the existing ram mod(s) for a part/reference number, take that number and punch it into Google to find out the exact specs and MHz so that when you purchase the upgrade memory you won't be cross populating it with a different ram speed (I don't like to cross populate).

If you have more questions don't hesitate to ask...

Note: I am not affiliated with the vendor link I provided, it's for illustrative purposes only.

Posted on Feb 25, 2009

  • John Elliott
    John Elliott Feb 25, 2009

    Many times if you pause (Pause or Break button) during the boot sequence you will see a string of numbers across the very bottom of the screen that can be used to identify *********** board.

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