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Need more performance out of my HP 100B XZ812UT


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#1 thewhitemamba

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Posted 21 April 2012 - 07:28 AM

I have a HP 100B XZ812UT. I currently have windows 7 32 bit installed but i will be installing windows 7 64 bit soon. The question that i have is: what is the best memory ram out there in terms of performance and reliablilty? I want to get 8gb memory of ram on this computer. I currently have 2gb memory installed. Thanks for your help.

Here are the specs:

HP 100B XZ812UT All-In-One PC
AMD Dual-Core E-350 (1.6 GHz, 1 MB L2 cache)
Energy StarŪ 5.0 qualified
AMD Radeon HD 6310
Please Note: This All-In-One Computer does not have a touch screen display

Operating Systems: Windows 7 Professional 32-Bit
Colors: Black
Platform: PC
Orientations Allowed: Vertical
Form Factor: All-In-One
Bays: 1 - Slimline
PCI Express X1 Slots (Total): 1 minicard socket
PCI Express X1 Slots (Available): 0
Memory Type: DDR3
Memory Speed: PC3-10600
Memory Speed MHz: 1333MHz
Total Memory Size: 2GB
Memory Slots (Total): 2
Maximum Memory Supported: 8GB
Display Type: Widescreen LCD
Screen Size: 20"
Touch Screen: No
Maximum Resolution: 1600 x 900
USB Ports (Total): 6x USB 2.0
Audio Out Jacks: 1
1 - Headphone
Microphone Jacks: 1
Processor Brand: AMD
Processor Number: E-350
Processor Speed: 1.6GHz
Processors Onboard: 1
Hard Drives Included: 1
Interface: SATA 3.0Gb/s
Capacity: 250GB
Hard Drive Types: Hard Disk Drive
Speed: 7,200RPM
Optical Drive Type: SuperMulti LightScribe
Interface: SATA
Optical Drives Included: 1
Optical Drive Class: SuperMulti DVD Burner with LightScribe
Audio Description: Integrated Audio
Audio Chipset: High Definition Audio
Graphics Description: Integrated Graphics
GPU/VPU: AMD Radeon HD 6310
WiFi Description: Wireless 802.11 b/g/n
LAN Data Transfer Rate: 10/100/1000Mbps
LAN Interface Type: RJ-45
LAN Ports: 1
Productivity Applications: Office 2010 preloaded; purchase a product key to activate.
Mouse Type: Optical
Connection Type: USB
Keyboard Type: HP keyboard
Connection Type: USB
Built-in Speaker: 2.0 Speakers

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#2 DJBPace07

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Posted 21 April 2012 - 12:07 PM

It really doesn't matter. If the RAM can pass an overnight run of Memtest or Windows Memory Diagnostic, it will probably not fail. IF you are overclocking, you do need to look more at RAM features and speeds. No wonder you are having issues, it is difficult to find detailed product information at HP's site on this model. However, the deactivated product page at TigerDirect indicates the All-in-One follows the industry standard for those types of PC's: A laptop motherboard glued to the back of a monitor. That said, DDR3-1333 should work so long as it is laptop memory. I believe the Crucial 8GB (2 x 4GB) 204-Pin DDR3 SO-DIMM DDR3 1333 would work. All SO-DIMM DDR3 models at Newegg's site are 204 pin, and that is DDR3-1333 PC3-10600 memory.

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