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Solved: I want to Upgrade my memory

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by luvs_kaos, Aug 29, 2007.

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  1. luvs_kaos

    luvs_kaos Thread Starter

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    So I want to upgrade the memory on my sister's desktop (the same one we had the nic problem with) and I just wanted some suggestions, this pc is used strictly for internet, email, and research. No gaming, rarely and videos, etc...

    Any suggestions on what memory i should look into? I am hoping somewhere between 512-1gb depending on price.

    There is currently like 200mb~ on there now. i know its lame, but no one is willing to pay for any more. :D
     
  2. Triple6

    Triple6 Rob Moderator It's My Birthday!

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    We'll need to know about your computer. Mainly the make and model of the entire system or the motherboard. You can also go to http://www.crucial.com/ and see if they can detect your system and what they recommend for upgrades.
     
  3. Badashell

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    as always when it comes down to detecting hardware i recommend Everest (there is a home edition outthere) but what os is it in the computer ?.. XP needs allot more memory than 98 does for an example
     
  4. gamerbyron

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    But we need to know what ram are you using?

    Download here
     
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