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I would like to add some memory for my PC Desktop from but i don't know what Frequency?!? (they asked) please help me

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Remove one of the memory modules already installed and see what they are. thats the easiest.

You can do a search for your motherboard model in google however most motherboards these days support more than one type. Which then depends on what CPU you have.

Ram could be anything from 66 mhz dims (very old) up to 1333 Mhz DDR3.

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If my HP Pavillion a1000n computer is really slow, does this mean i need to add memmory? I have alot of photos stored on this computer over 5 yrs.


Poor performance could be down to a number of reason's but adding memory is usually good value.
you can visit http://www.crucial.com to find out what additional memory (if any) you can add to your machine and how much it will cost.
Also worth making sure your anti-virus is up to date, that you have a decent amount of free hard disk space (at least 1Gb), defrag your hard drive if possible and run a good anti-malware scan to make sure there isn't any dodgy processes hanging about....suggest downloading and running the free edition of MalwareBytes - http://www.malwarebytes.org/products/malwarebytes_free
I hope this helps and good luck! If you have more questions - ask away!
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Many Thanks K.

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What is the maximum memory speed i can upgrade to?


Go to WWW.CRUCIAL.COM and run their SCAN MY COMPUTER option.

It will tell you what kind of memory you currently have installed in your pc as well as how much room you have left to add more and all the specs for what type you can add.

Good luck and please comment back and RATE if this was helpful.

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I want to upgrade my memory for a Gateway 310x PC Desktop. What kind of memory and what is the maximum memory I can buy?


It will be having two memory slots.So you can upgrade maximum up to 2GB. You need to use DDR SDRAM with a frequency of 333MHz

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I have core2duo 2.53Ghz, 1066Mhz. And I am using Transcend DDR2-800 1GB and I want add more DDR2-667 2GB zion RAM. Can I add it?? does it affect my game performance?? or It has a little difference in...


That will work for your computer. There is no problem with that if you are going to add the DDR2-667 into the motherboard together with the DDR2-800 with a different brand name. But you should know this, adding different frequency memory modules will make the motherboard chose the lowest frequency of the two memory modules. In your situation, the memory reading of your computer will be DDR2-667 frequency. The two memory modules frequency should match in order for them to work. DDR2-800 will be downgraded to frequency 667 in order to match your DDR2-667 2GB zion ram.

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Add Memory to G4 Notebook


Don it's real easy.

http://www.macinstruct.com/node/162

Slim down version

  • Pop the cover and you'll see the motherboard.
  • Atach anti-static cable to chasis of pc and touch the battery pack or pc frame.
  • Put the card in the memory slot.
  • Remvoe cable adn replace cover.
  • Re-start pc.
Note:

I wouldn't fix your pc on carpet (static reasons) or while your standing wearing socks on carpet with the Mac on the table (obviously).

Sounds simple but you've never believe how may people forget.

That's it.

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Want to add memory to Gateway 700x


Max memory is 2GB, i.e. 1GB per slot(DIMM), so you will need 2 X (SimpleTech 1 GB PC3200 400MHz DDR RAM). {Always use matched pairs only}
Visit this link : http://www.simpletech.com/upgrades/gateway/700x/700xddrintelp428ghz/
.................sodeep

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How do I find out what kind of memory I need for my desktop?


hi im josh in cebu phils.may i help you? Friend to give you more memory on your pc. Try to look at memory bank/memory slot inside your pc.then try to see the label the capacity of the memory 256, 512 or 1g. there are two types of memory being used the sodim and the DDR, DDR2. they have different frequency 400 for most P4 667 or higher for latest pc. to be sure just try to remove one memory then bring it to the store whre you buy the memory let them see the frequency and the brand of the memory you are bringing. because brand and frequency is needed for compatibilty. ok. good luck bro.pleas vote me so that i will know if i helped you.

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Can not upgade memory from 2G to 4G


have you checked the frequency of the new ram you are using if its not of the same type and of same frequency as of the another one your system wont boot

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Need a new computer


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Well what you can do is go to www.hp.com and select the type of system you want and they will help you put the best parts in it online while telling you about its performance and what each part is for. if you don't get through let me know.

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before you buy this memory stick (ram) you should have check the specifications of this ram memory, they should be the same specs, the cast latency might be different and with different brand. how about if you remove all this ram memory and use only this KVR133X64C3/256, if this works then do not install the other 2

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