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Upgrading RAM


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#1 Btscowboy

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Posted 05 February 2016 - 06:27 AM

I have 4 of the 1 gig ram that were in my dell that ive upgraded to 12 gig using 6 2 gig cards if u need the single gig cards of ram

Also upgrading the graphics card its a 220 version ge force hit me up if u want them just pay for the shipping

Edited by hamluis, 16 August 2016 - 11:33 AM.


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Posted 25 February 2016 - 09:55 AM

i added all six slots with 2gb ELPIDA 2rx*8 PC3-8500U-7-10-BO giving the computer 12GB RM processor clock is 1335 Mhz,  Memory data ram 1580 Mhz I also added a 550 watt power supply so I can add a new 4 gig  GPU that is prob gonna be about 175 extra watts the 435 MT only comes with 360 watt supply just had to mod the tower cutting a hole to vent the new supply but now have extra power cables to add more cooling. the computer has been running perfect and with a check using the SFC /scannow admin prompt it shows now issues . im going to try to add two 4gig ram cards to see if i can get it to 16gig just to see adding new sound card and that GPU and prob a faster hard drive just to max this guy out some not bad for a computer bought in 2011 ok wanted to say thanks for this blog was very helpful I only had 4 single gig cards and 2 two gig ram when i bought the PC and one two gig was never seated in the motherboard so was only running 6 gig for years ...I am no computer guy but im interested in this now so having fun learning...gonna do a full build next after i boost this PC for fun.. OK thanks again Bill
 
would post pics but im confused on how all this works never blogged before

Edited by hamluis, 16 August 2016 - 11:32 AM.





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