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need help finding memory

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by confused 2, Jan 13, 2002.

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  1. confused 2

    confused 2 Thread Starter

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    Hello , hope someone can help me out .
    I want to add some ram to my comp but dont know what is compatable with my system here is what I have :
    Packard Bell NEC 950
    Type Desktop
    Serial Number P387023227+
    BIOS Intel Corp. 4M4UE0X1.11A.0005.P05 07/22/98
    System Board Intel Corporation MU440EX AA698722-402
    Brand/Model Intel Celeron A
    Nominal Clock Speed 333 MHz
    Measured Clock Speed 333 MHz
    External Clock Speed 66 MHz
    CPUID Information 0x0660 0x183F9FF
    CPU Load 15%
    Level 1 Cache 32 KB
    Level 2 Cache 128 KB
    RAM installed 64 MB
    Windows RAM 64 MB
    Total RAM slots 2
    Available RAM slots 2
    Max RAM module size 256 MB
    Memory Type DIMM|DRAM|Unknown|
    Level 1 Cache 32 KB
    Level 2 Cache 128 KB
    Chipset Intel 82443LX
    I have no clue what I can put in here any help would be greatly appreciated.. Thank you :confused:
     
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  3. Gram123

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    Confused - I'd recommend Crucial for your memory:

    Don't know where you are, so...
    http://www.crucial.com (US)
    http://www.crucial.com/uk (UK)

    They have (at least did have a few months ago) a facility for you to enter your PC details and it gives you info on the appropriate memory for your PC specs.
    They're also pretty cheap and have a quick turnaround.

    Gram
     
  4. brianF

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    I looked at crucial first, they don't list his system, but it is a good place to buy from.
     
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