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Upgrade Of Ram On Pentium 4ht


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#1 figgis41

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Posted 12 August 2008 - 03:05 PM

hi all,,, at the moment my daughters pc has a matched pair of Infineon 512MB DDR400 (PC3200) CL 3 ,,, voltage is 2.5 i think,,, i have 4 slots,, at the moment slots 0,2 are populated and im looking at getting another matched pair of the same RAM but a diferant maker,,,,, here's the ram im looking at
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/92002

i already know my mobo specs and know this will go
Manufacturer : FUJITSU SIEMENS
Mainboard : Fujitsu Siemens P5GD1-FM
Bios : American Megatrends Inc.
Chipset : Intel i915G
Physical Memory : 1024 MB DDR-SDRAM
LPC bus : Yes
PCI Bus : Yes
Bus PCI-Express : Yes
USB Bus : Yes
SMBus/i2c Bus : Yes
Bus HyperTransport : No
Bus CardBus : No
Bus FireWire : Yes

the main board is a rebranded asus P5GD1

Here's some info on the matched pair already in,,,

General Information :
DIMM0 (RAS 0, RAS 2) : 512 (Double Bank)
DIMM1 : Empty
DIMM2 (RAS 0, RAS 2) : 512 (Double Bank)
DIMM3 : Empty
Information SPD EEPROM (DIMM0) :
Manufacturer : Infineon
Part Number : 64D64320HU5C
Serial Number : 060E3A15
Type : DDR-SDRAM PC-3200 (200 MHz) - [DDR-400]
Size : 512 MB (2 rows, 4 banks)
Module Buffered : No
Module Registered : No
Module SLi Ready (EPP) : No
Width : 64-bit
Error Correction Capability : No
Max. Burst Length : 8
Refresh : Reduced (.5x)7.8 Ás, Self Refresh
Voltage : SSTL 2.5v
Prefetch Buffer : 2-bit
Manufacture : Week 39 of 2005
Supported Frequencies : 133 MHz, 166 MHz, 200 MHz
CAS Latency (tCL) : 2 clocks @133 MHz, 2.5 clocks @166 MHz, 3 clocks @200 MHz
RAS to CAS (tRCD) : 2 clocks @133 MHz, 3 clocks @166 MHz, 3 clocks @200 MHz
RAS Precharge (tRP) : 2 clocks @133 MHz, 3 clocks @166 MHz, 3 clocks @200 MHz
Cycle Time (tRAS) : 6 clocks @133 MHz, 7 clocks @166 MHz, 8 clocks @200 MHz
Information SPD EEPROM (DIMM2)

Memory Controller Information :
Memory Controller : SIMM, DIMM, SDRAM
Number of connectors : 4
Max. Module Size : 1024 MB
Max. Memory Size : 4096 MB
Supported Speed : 70ns, 60ns, 50ns
Supported Voltages : 3.3v
Error Detection Method : No
Error Correction Capability : None
Current/Supported Interleave : 1-way/1-way


im just double checking realy that the ram in my link will run ok with what i already have,,,,
thanks all.

Edited by figgis41, 12 August 2008 - 03:09 PM.

Figgis,,,, LUFC

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Posted 12 August 2008 - 03:57 PM

Since RAM is cheap these days, you should fill up the PC with as much as you can get. Your PC can use 4 GB of RAM. The RAM you selected should work. If you want to make sure, go to Crucial.com and use their memory advisor tool to find the best RAM for your system.

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#3 figgis41

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Posted 12 August 2008 - 05:28 PM

hi,,, used crucial,,,, said all was ok,,, i was thinking of maybe a matched air of 1gb sticks of the same spec,,,, to give me 3gb in total,,,,,cant remember which go's in slot 0 & 2,,,, the bigger stuff first or the other way around.
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