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Ram order to place in the system

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Sajjadmslpo, Jul 30, 2019.

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  1. Sajjadmslpo

    Sajjadmslpo Thread Starter

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    These are the Rams and in the second picture the slots kindly guide me in which order should I place into the slots,,
    #ram1,2,3
    #black port 1,port 2,port3,port4
     
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    The Kingston is 512MB - 533Mhz
    DDR2-533 PC2-4200 4266 MB/s 533


    I think the second ram is Median but whatever make it is the spec is the same 512MB at 533Mhz

    The last stick is Crucial 1GB and the number ct12864A667
    refers to 667MHz which is
    PC2-5300

    so they are not matched and the sticks will operate at the slower speed eg 533
    not that this will produce any noticeable difference on the system speed

    You really need another stick so that all four slots are filled
    You only have 2GB of ram in total
    WHAT OS are you running

    The black slot must have a stick of ram in it
    I cannot see the model of the board other than it is HP
    so I cannot advice you with accuracy
    Put the 1GB in the black and the one of the 512 next to it and the other 512 in the next slot
     
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