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#1 fleamour

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Posted 16 March 2007 - 12:47 PM

Hi

I wanna trick out my desktop with maximum RAM. It's kinda old & a lot of applications are getting slow. I had a nose inside & it appears to be PC133WAB, 8 chips. Other identifiers are:

Logo: LD

0049LD

C128U9912808-7G

My compter has an additional two slots. It is an AMD K-7 processor with currently 256 MB.

My questions are what kind of memory is this? (So as to buy) & what is the maximum I can use in my desktop computer? Obviously cost will be a factor.

Please help :thumbsup: I will try to supply any other info needed...
ASRock Conroe (micro ATX) - Ubuntu 12.04/Win 7 Ultimate (x86)
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4GB OCZ DDR2 RAM, GeForce GT220 1024MB

Vintage IBM-T21 laptop, Xubuntu Lucid LTS
512MB KingSpec RAM, 1GHz CPU [T22 Fan], Wireless-G PCMCIA, 7200RPM HDD

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Posted 16 March 2007 - 01:24 PM

You can go to the crucial site and enter the computer brand name and model or allow them to scan it to tell you the memory options.

http://www.crucial.com/crucial/pvtcontent/...;memtype=CHOOSE

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Posted 16 March 2007 - 01:41 PM

Ah cool. The computer was hand built by my cousin who has long since forgot anything. If I identify the motherboard I can scan on Crucial site yeah?

Edit: Soz! :flowers: Overcomplicating things again. I'll choose there system scanning option.

Cheerz!!!

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Edited by fleamour, 16 March 2007 - 01:44 PM.

ASRock Conroe (micro ATX) - Ubuntu 12.04/Win 7 Ultimate (x86)
Intel C2D E8400 3.0GHz/low profile Noctua (single fan)
4GB OCZ DDR2 RAM, GeForce GT220 1024MB

Vintage IBM-T21 laptop, Xubuntu Lucid LTS
512MB KingSpec RAM, 1GHz CPU [T22 Fan], Wireless-G PCMCIA, 7200RPM HDD




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