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Old computer ram upgrade without manual

I have this old intel celeron processor 564 mhz, 128 mb of ram but it has no manual how do I check if I can install this 512 mb ddr2 pc5300/4200 (667/533 mhz) without killing it?

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  • Chinmay patil
    Chinmay patil May 11, 2010

    First check that what is the memory module type on your motherboard.Check if it is compatible with DDR2 ram or not.If it is DDR1 compatible memory slot then you can not upgrade with DDR2 type of ram.

  • Wayne Mineard
    Wayne Mineard May 11, 2010

    Is this in a working computer?

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564 mhz means it is a Pentium 3 or equivalent. This also means that the motherboard does not support DDR2 RAM which is exclusively for Socket 775 and Pentium 4 chipsets. Pentium 3 usually support SD-RAM, also but very rarely DDR1 RAM. Sorry but DDR2 will not work in your PC.

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