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Have a QAN #6278641 mother board with two 256MB DDR ram cards. Wonder what i can up the RAM to?

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  • tholzwarth Nov 17, 2009

    Here are all the numbers on the ram cards

    PC2700U-25331-Z
    M368L3223 FTN-CB3
    256MB DDR PC2700 CL 2.5

  • qwertyomen
    qwertyomen May 11, 2010

    What kind of ram is it? if you don't know the number of pins or what type of ddr it is (ie PC3200) you can use cpuid to find it (free program)

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You can install 4GB Sticks but I would not drop the money unless you really need that. I would recommend putting in 2x1GB sticks or possibly 1GB and a 2GB if you really need the power. Any past that needs a 64bit processor. you can also always just go cheap and put in another 256MB, or two 512MB OR just one 512 for a kick.

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If it is up and running, checkout www.offtek.com

They scan and give you a readout of upgrades if applicable.

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