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Need to know what maximum memory upgrade for microstar p4m 266 motherboard

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You can have a maximum of 4gb of PC100 or PC133 (DDR 200 or DDR 266).

http://www.via.com.tw/en/products/chipsets/p4-series/p4m266/

Hope this helps,

erch.

Posted on Mar 14, 2008

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The specs for your computer are as follows:

Processor
Intel® Pentium® D Dual Core Processor 820
• 2.80 GHz, 2 x 1 MB L2 cache, 800 MHz front side bus
Operating system installed
Genuine Windows XP Professional SP2
Compatible Operating Systems
Genuine Windows 2000 (Web Support), Genuine Windows XP Professional SP2, Genuine Windows XP Home SP2, FreeDOS, SuSE Linux 9.3
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1 GB (512 MB x 2)
Maximum memory
4 GB DDR2-Synch DRAM
Memory type
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Memory slots
4 DIMM
Memory Upgrade
Expandable to 4 GB through three industry-standard DIMM slots

Chipset
Intel® 945G chipset This is *********** board the below link lead to the specs for your motherboard.



http://ark.intel.com/chipset.aspx?familyID=8765

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DDR 266 is DDR, not DDR 2 . The 266 is the frequency value in Mhz.

Try having the memory refunded or resell it on Ebay, so that you do not lose your money.

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Hi 1. Does anyone know


hi Have a nice day!

1. Memory
Max. 2GB DDR
2 x DDR slots, DDR333/266
2. CPU Socket 478, Intel Pentium 4( Northwood/Prescott )/Celeron
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Microstar motherboard p4m 266


Hi Andy. Sorry I disappeared, it was way past my bedtime.

Your board will support 2gb of DDR266/PC3200 memory, although there are other considerations if you're using very high performance modules.

The board is still fully supported by MSI and you can find further information at the following address:

http://www.msicomputer.com/product/p_spec.asp?model=P4MAM-L

If you click on the download centre link on the left of that page you'll find drivers and updated BIOS if you need them.

Hope this helps,

erch.

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Upgrade


Hello,

Thank you for the information. Please find the CPUs supported by the Motherboard of your computer below.

Duron: 1.6 - 1.8 GHz at FSB 266 MHz
Athlon XP:
Palomi** Core: 1500+ - 2100+ at FSB 266 MHz
Thoroughbred Core: 1700+ - 2700+ at FSB 266/333 MHz
Barton Core: 2500+ - 3200+ at FSB 333 MHz
2500+ - 3200+ at FSB 400 MHz

Sempron: 3000 + and up
I see that the present processor is requires ** upgrade as it is one of the best match availble for this motherboard. However, you can upgrade the Memory to 2 GB using two 1GB
DDR 266/333/400 modules to improve the system perform performance. Also, you can consider for a video card upgrade. Your computer supports both AGP and PCI video cards.

Also, you can download the maunal for the motherboard of your computer from the link below for your referance.

http://www.elhvb.com/mboards/oem/emachines/manuals/K7MNF-64_manual.zip

Regards

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