How can I work out exactly what ram I have?

  Dan 14:39 06 Feb 04
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I know I've got PC2100 ddr ram (184pin) in the pc (2x512mb) and I want to put another 512mb in.
I know what goes in is supposed to be the same as what's there but I'm having trouble pinpointing exactly what I've actually. (aside that it may be cheap generic stuff)

I've had a look at the two boards (8 chips on each so non parity right?) and the writing on them is:

"IRI OEM D1D266 - 0646421 PC2100U-20330 512mb >:4238105912 Void if removed"

I've tried both Belarc and Aida32 but neither gives me more detail.

Any other ideas for correctly pinpointing (down to CL etc) what exactly I'm looking for?

  bruno 14:45 06 Feb 04

I wpould suggest you have a look on the Crucial website.

Put the PC details in Crucial click here

  Diodorus Siculus 14:45 06 Feb 04

Cheap generic stuff may well be the answer - anything more specific may be difficult to determine.

Why do you need more the same? Generally speaking, any PC2100 ddr ram module should do the job for you.

  Dan 15:22 06 Feb 04

cheers folks, I thought it had to be more precise than that.

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