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Memory Mother specs in link above. 2 x240-pin DIMM, Max. 4 GB, DDR2 1066/800/667/533/ Non-ECC,Un-buffered Memory
Dual Channel memory architecture

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What is the maximum memory of P5S-MX-SE motherboard and what is thge type of video card should I use


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I have a pc133 ram and i think its a 156kb ram. i need at least 1gb of DDR ram. what ram can i use?


rst, KNOW THE NUMBER OF REFRESH CYCLES YOUR MOTHERBOARD SUPPLIES! This is dependant on the chip set on you motherboard and the chip set initialization code in you BIOS. (Theoretically, depending on the limitations of your motherboard chip set hardware, the BIOS initialization code could be changed to use a higher refresh number allowing all available DIMMs to work together. I have never done this so, it is just a theory.)

Second, ASK THE VENDOR (OR MANUFACTURER) HOW MANY REFRESH CYCLES ARE REQUIRED FOR THE DIMMs YOU ARE CONSIDERING PURCHASING! This will tell you immediately if the memory will work in your system or not. There is no magic about it. Ask if the memory requires 1k, 2k, 4k, 8k, or 16k memory refresh cycles.

If the number of refresh cycles required by the DIMM is the same or less than the number that your motherboard supplies, the memory will work just fine. If it is more than your motherboard supplies, you will only "see" part of the memory on the DIMM. Additionally, any other DIMMs in the system may not be recognized at all. No Good!!!

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Upgrades for hp pavillion 533 such memory


This is everything I could find on your computer.

Base processor and speed Celeron 2.0 GHz
  • 400 MHz Front side
  • Socket mPGA478
Back to top Chipset 845GL Back to top Motherboard manufacturer
  • Manufacturer for computer serial numbers starting with KR and CH: Trigem Glendale
  • Motherboard for computer serial numbers starting with MX: ASUS IT8708F NOTE: The serial number can be found printed on the back of the HP Pavilion computer, or while holding down the Ctrl and Altkeyboardkeys, press S. A screen will pop up with the serial number.
Back to top Memory Component Attributes RAM (installed)

Allocated to Video 256 / 2100 DDR

Up to 64MB Maximum allowed 1 GB (requires replacement of the installed 256 DIMM) Speed supported PC2100 / PC1600 Type DDR SDRAM DIMM slots Two Open slots One Back to top Hard drive 60GB Ultra DMA Back to top DVD-ROM/CD-RW combo drive 16x/8x/8x/40x maximum speed Back to top Diskette drive 1.44 MB (3.5-inch) Back to top Fax and data modem Cheetah 2 V.92 Modem Back to top Video graphics Integrated Intel Extreme Graphics with up to 64MB shared memory Back to top Sound/audio Integrated AC97 audio Back to top USB specification USB 2.0 Back to top Network Integrated on motherboard: 10/100Base-T LAN interface

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Need Manual for Slot1 PIII Gateway Jabil Tabor III Motherboard.


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    http://www.crucial.com/install/dimm.aspx

    And they also have a auto system checker that will detect current ram Spec's and show you whats available .

    http://www.crucial.com/systemscanner/index.aspx

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    I checked at http://www.buffalotech.com/products/memory/select/select-dimm/ and according the the memory configurator there your IBM Netvista 6792 takes this type of memory which can be ordered from them PC-133mhz SDRAM DIMM 168 pin, it indicated that your pc has 3 slots for memory and the maximum size you can put in each slot is 512 MB which would give you the maximum memory of 1536 MB. I have had problems in the past when replacing memory in IBM PC's some modules won't work because IBM uses different memory than other Manufacturers. But give Buffalo a try, their memory is guaranteed.

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    the machine uses ddr 1 memory and hold a max of 2 gb of ram


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    the motherboard is a socket 478 board , the Dual-Core chips are socket 775 so you couldnt use them unless you change the motherboard

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    You didn't give any details, but here is an answer to a common misunderstanding:

    http://support.dell.com/support/topics/global.aspx/support/dsn/en/document?c=us&dl=false&l=en&s=gen&docid=BF4C8393BFC74A83B9EC318630B9CE7D&doclang=en&cs=

    If this isn't your problem, the please post details for us to research

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