I have a pc in my office when I tried to upgrade the RAM (256 MBDDR II RAM exists) with 512 MB DDR II RAM in the other slot, the system booted with a error stating "Memory could not be initialized and Channel 'A' is not compatible with Channel 'B'' though my RAM size has incremented I used to see the same condition before upgrading (pc with intel PIII processor with 2.8Ghz) what could be done to get the best optimized performance out of that...?
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Here are the requirements for the game. What graphics card are you trying to use? If your PC doesn't meet the specs, you may have to consider upgrading the RAM and graphics card. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS Assassin's Creed Processor: Dual core processor 2.6 GHz Intel Pentium D or AMD Athlon 64 X2 3800+ RAM: 2 GB Video Card: 256 MB DirectX 10.0-compliant video card or DirectX 9.0-compliant card with Shader Model 3.0 or higher Sound Card: DirectX 9.0 or 10.0 compliant sound card HDD Space: 12GB DirectX Version: DirectX 10.0 RECOMMENDED REQUIREMENTS Assassin's Creed Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo 2.2 GHz or AMD Athlon 64 X2 4400+ or better RAM: 3GB Video Card: 512 MB Card Sound Card: 5.1 Sound Card HDD Space: 12GB DirectX Version: DirectX 10.0
It sounds like one of your ram chips is having a problem and needs to be replaced. If not then your motherboard is having a problem accessing both slots and this indicates a bios issue. Try downloading a bios upgrade for your motherboard if replacing the chips doesn't help as this cannot create some serious issues if you do it wrong. I would suggest you get a single 512 or 1gb ram chip instead of 1 or 2 256 chips as the price difference is minimal. Hope this helps.
Yes you can run the AGP version of the Radeon 1650 pro on your system. It is always best & recommended to upgrade memory in pairs. You could upgrade to `gb by purchasing a 1 gb kit which would be 512 x 2. That way you have a matching pair of RAM modules. As for a cpu upgrade you can go to the Asus website and see what cpu's are supported by your motherboard. Hope this helps & please remember to rate my answer. Thanks.
Step one is go to Dell and check the motherboard specifications. Step two is go to pricewatch.com and (among the zillion of cards) select the one you can afford (select based on AGP rate...this sites takes a lot of the search out of the process). Step three (and I forget where it is but you can google for it) there is a site (actually a couple) where you input your equipment, cpu, motherboard, etc.....and it calculates the power supply required.
As for good cards...the less expensive generic cards I have had no problems with...most use the same chip sets....doing a comparison of that can save more than just a couple bucks if looking for a real high end gamers video card. One thing I would suggest though is to balance the cpu and memory...particularly since DDR is cheap. Here are a couple of examples. An old p3 850 htz machine with 256 mb memory is balanced. But that amount of memory on an Xp2800 machine is too little...256 and 128 are needed for balanced performance....meaning neither the cpu is waiting nor the memory is being underutilized (i.e. you get only a "nits" worth of improvement by going to two 512 although one 512 will give you a bit of a boost....say 4-6% improvement in response time. The sellers of PC...particularly bundled....almost always don't put enough memory and always put too much bloatware on the machines....getting rid of the latter (and particularly anything that is active in memory) can give you a boost you may not believe. Ccleaner (free) to fix the registry and Spybot to keep malware from being active plus Hijackthis will allow you to keep your machine at peak....you might want that since you (am guessing) are into either games or some real sophisticated editing.
Hope this helps....whoops...one last thought....these high end video cards do give you some super quick response but....very few games require that (of the total number of games out there) and with bus, cpu and memory speed improvements you might just be better off paying the same amount of money for a mobo bundle...(in fact I think you would be).....but that is your research project....lol.....not mine. Tango