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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: emachine w3118 memory
while the reason you want to know density might help to answer, if you are buying memory you only need to know it will work in your machine
when I bought memory for my computer I googled brand and model number with the word "memory" and found a seller that had a little tool I down loaded and ran to tell me what memory was needed
memory is very cheap now days so price compare before you buy
Posted on Feb 25, 2008
in order to know what kind of memory you need you will have to look up the model of the computer and hopefully that is it. High density is manufacturer specific and it is very important if you order hi density for the wrong brand it wont work. My educated guess is you will want low density 266mhz and depending on how new you might only be able to upgrade 256 mb per stick I hope this helps i know its a confusing subject but really you just need to get online and start researching ram before you make any decisions.
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
Here is a link to Asus' Qualified Vendor List of RAM modules for your motherboard. I do not see it mention high density RAM. You would need to search the specs on the modules recommended to be sure.
In case you don't have the manual, here is a link for it too:
ASUS P4P800 Deluxe Manual
Memory info begins on Page 2-10. Again, there is no mantion of HD modules.
Posted on Mar 02, 2009
You have 4 slots available. Each slot can take a 1gb non ecc memory module with the specs below.
4 DDR II DIMM memory slots (supports up to 4GB memory)
Supports 1.8V DDR II DIMM
Supports dual channel DDR II 667/533/400 DIMM
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
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This mainboard uses DDR400 memory
A High Density module is by far much slower than Low Density module at the same speed rating say PC3200/DDR400. High density modules are FAR CHEAPER, less than half the price when compare with low density modules and hence high density modules will NOT work on 90% of today's PC chipsets. LOW DENSITY modules have 100% compatibility with ALL systems and ALL chipsets. HIGH DENSITY modules only have 10% compatibility and are VERY SLOW.
So AVOID those 'High-Density - 128Mx4 config 1GB modules which is usually UNBRANDED and is NO NAME!
With this in mind it is far better to use low density Ram. Most RAM cards today are double sided, it all depends on the capacity of the RAM card.
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