Question about Intel Motherboard
You are confusing 2 things, CPU speed and Memory or Ram speed.
To keep things straight forward, cpu speed can only be increased by replacing it with a faster cpu.
Ram, as you can see, can be increased by adding faster ram modules.
Go to either of these websites:-
Enter *********** board details or request they scan your computer. Check all the information offered, they will tell you what type and how much ram your motherboard can use.
If you can't increase your ram speed to more that 1Gb, I would suggest it time to invest in a new motherboard/PC rather than spending more on RAM.
There can be a whole load of reason why your second stick of ram doesn't work.
1) it could be broken.
2) It could be the wrong type.
3) You may need to update your Bios to accommodate it. Though this is very unusual.
Posted on Jul 28, 2010
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