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My Upgrade

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Endemix, Jan 9, 2003.

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  1. Endemix

    Endemix Guest Thread Starter

    So I want to upgrade to: 1GB of memory from my 256MB.

    I was wondering if I could upgrade to....

    Samsung

    1GB (1024mb) PC2100 NonECC UNBUFFERED DDR for 845, 266, 333, 533 Chipsets.
    DDR PC2100 1GB UNBUFFERED(will work w/ all 845, 266, 333, 533 based mboards Lifetime Warranty.

    MY system info is below and I think it will work cause my board is an 845..I just wanted to confirm with another.
     
  2. sketchman

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    as long as the board supports the amount of ram you are choosing along with ECC, you may be limited to size per slot.
    good luck and enjoy.
    PS wish I had Intel, although my AMD is steady crankin.
    Sketchman:D
     
  3. Endemix

    Endemix Guest Thread Starter

    How do I check if my board can support that much ram? And are there certain problems I can incur with that much ram?
     
  4. sketchman

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    The Intel® Desktop Board D845GLAD delivers integrated Intel® Extreme Graphics with essential features that support Intel®Pentium® 4 and Intel® Celeron® processors with 400-MHz system bus in the mPGA478-pin package. Featuring the Intel® 845GL chipset with support for up to 2GB of DDR266 or DDR200 SDRAM memory, four PCI slots, Hi-Speed USB 2.0, and optional integrated LAN, this board delivers remarkable value and flexibility.

    From Intels website your board should work fine if you require more info try http//www.tomshardware.com
    good luck Sketchman
     
  5. Endemix

    Endemix Guest Thread Starter

    Thanks...that's all the info I needed!
     
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