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Need upgrade Memory for Intel D865GLC/D865PESO

I have 2 memory cards totally 1g. Two slots remain. I am interested in adding more memory. Size and whether they need to be in pairs or not.

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You have 1G, you can go up to 2G without any issues. If you go to 4g you will only use 3.2g unless you are using a 64bit operating system.

This motherboard has some quirks, you can read about it at

http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/d865glc/sb/CS-027110.htm

I think your best bet is to buy something like this

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820145440&cm_re=ddr400-_-20-145-440-_-Product

If your new RAM is 'faster" than what you have, it will automatically match the speed of your older/slower ram.





Posted on Jul 06, 2010

  • Gummy D Milo Jul 06, 2010

    Add a few things..

    Run CPUID on your computer, small little software that will tell you about the details without having to open the case or go into the BIOS.

    And as putercare said matched pairs are better, but you have to install them in the same channel (A/B) - this won't be an issue for you unless you remove RAM and then mix them up while they are on your desk.


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If you goto www.crucial.com and use their memory checker tool you can find out which RAM you need as well as the maximum your motherboard can handle.
Next open your desktop or the section on the base of your laptop where the RAM resides to make sure you have a spare slot and how many slots you have.
It is recommended if installing more than one memory module that you used a matched pair. This is to ensure compatibility. A matched pair is when you buy two of the exact same modules (same spec and manufacturer, model etc.).
Hope this helps,
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