Question about Intel Celeron M 420 1.6GHz 533MHz 1MB (LF80538NE0251M)

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1 GB of RAM vs. 420 @ 1.6 GHz

What is the difference between these? I have two 512 sticks, 138 GB on my C drive, and 9.99 GB on D drive. I still have plenty of room left to store my files. What I'm asking is how I can upgrade from 1 GB to 2 GB so that my programs and system as a whole will run faster?

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  • arunmyladoor Apr 07, 2009

    does it support ?

    1gb?

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In order not to lose those two sticks and not to pay too much money all wat you can do is just buy another 1gb meomory but you have to balance it . so one 1GB will be in side and the other two sticks on other sides, or you can buy another two 512 sticks which will fit perfectly more cheap too.

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Hi there
if you remove 1 of the old sticks and the go to a good local computer repair store and show them the stick and tell them what you are wanting to do,, they can get you the right 2 gb sticks that you are needing , Also rember that memory is not the only thing that will speed up the computer . alot of installed programs registry errors spyware viruses Also not doing basic computer maintenance I.E defrag and cookie/ history removal will tend to slow the computer dowm ok so make sure you do these things too best regards mike

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