Question about ASUS A8V-MX Motherboard
A8V-MXs are built for AMD processors. You will need a board made for Intel processors if you want to purchase the above processor. If you want to stick with Intel and Asus check out the P5 series of boards. If not, buy an AMD chip...I've had AMD in almost every one of my computers, laptops and desktops.
Posted on Dec 20, 2007
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Nov 18, 2012 | Motherboards
Just refer to your laptop manual. If your manual got lost go to the acer website and find your product and download the manual.http://www.acer.com.ph/ac/en/PH/content/home .
when upgrading your memory you have to consider the following:
the processor: if your processor has 4gb compatibility mem you can upgrade upto 6 to 8gb.
take note that you must not exceed to 8gb or else your processor might be damage.
get the processor speed: example core 2 i3 processor, 1.0GHZ-the frequency.
the Memory or RAM(random access memory): get ther specification: example is DDR1 or DDR3
PC133 or PC 400. Thats all.
Note: your current memory must have the same memory module(example PC400,PC 133) or else it wont work.if your going to upgrade your current 4gb PC400 you have to add 4gb memory in PC400 module also.
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