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Benvalo

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Hi guys, I'm just wondering if this 1GB memory will work:

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/64183

My mother board is

Motherboard Properties
Motherboard ID 62-P210-001368-00101111-040201-SiS$P4S61210P4S61 BIOS P2.10
Motherboard Name ASRock P4S61

Front Side Bus Properties
Bus Type Intel NetBurst
Bus Width 64-bit
Real Clock 200 MHz (QDR)
Effective Clock 800 MHz
Bandwidth 6400 MB/s

Chipset Bus Properties
Bus Type SiS MuTIOL
Bus Width 16-bit

Motherboard Physical Info
CPU Sockets/Slots 1
Expansion Slots 3 PCI, 1 AGP, 1 AMR
RAM Slots 3 DIMM
Integrated Devices Audio, Video, LAN
Form Factor Micro ATX
Motherboard Size 210 mm x 240 mm
Motherboard Chipset SiS661FX

Motherboard Manufacturer
Company Name ASRock Inc.
Product Information http://www.asrock.com/product/index.htm
BIOS Download http://www.asrock.com/support/index_BIOS.htm

Will that memory work on this motherboard?
Thanks!
 

crjdriver

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Instead of posting each memory chip, just go to crucial's web site and input your mb. It will show ALL compatible memory.
 

Benvalo

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Whoa sorry pal but I'm a novice on computers, that thing you linked me too is kinda advanced for me :p

All i'd like to know is whether or not that memory chipset will work on my computer

Cheers
 

crjdriver

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Crucial's site is very easy to use. You simply input the brand [asrock] and model [ P4S61] it is that easy.

To attempt to answer your question, yes that is ddr memory and will fit in your board however I would be very suspect of no name ram.

Stick to brand name ram like corsair, crucial, or kingston.

Most mb makers have an approved list of ram. This is ram that has been tested and found to be compatible with the motherboard. Just installing any ram that will fit is not the way to build a stable, smooth running system.
 
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