Memory upgrade for games machine

  Jaded1 14:08 11 Jan 15

Hi. I'm thinking around upgrading a donated m/b (GA-P41T-D3P). It's going to a 15 year old, so likely to be a games machine. The max RAM is 4 Gb. There seems to be a choice of either 2 x 2 Gb, cheaper: or 1 x 4 Gb, dearer. Is there any advantage (speed?) to the single module. Thanks. J

  Ian in Northampton 20:22 11 Jan 15

This is something of an informed guess, but a) if your mobo is specified to support up to 4GB and has two slots, I'd suggest that it's designed to take 2 x 2GB sticks, and b) I don't believe you'd see any performance difference at all between configuring 2 x 2GB and 1 x 4GB. Why don't you try the Crucial scanner here.

  rdave13 21:31 11 Jan 15

If your OS is 64-bit then it will support 8GB of ram, specifications , otherwise , with a 32-bit OS just 4 Gig.

  Jaded1 16:47 12 Jan 15

Thanks all, great help.

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