Memory upgrade

  s99Raj 15:33 06 Aug 03
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I have a QDI P6I440BX/B1 Brilliant-I motherboard with a Pentium II processor and 64 MB of RAM in it. There are two spare RAM slots, and I'd like to add more RAM. I'm looking at adding PC133 RAM. How much can I add? Do I need to keep the 64 MB or should I scrap it and buy a couple of 128 MB, say?

  Djohn 16:06 06 Aug 03

According to the "Crucial" site you can use SDRAM 100 from 32mg to 128 mg or 128mg at 133. Go to the site and choose UK site, then when you are asked for your motherboard make, choose show others. this will bring up your board under, QDI, then sellect the model, "Brilliant-I" although it only shows as "Brillian-x1" this will then give you your options. click here j.

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