PC100 or PC133

  suburban train 22:35 05 Jun 03

Dear All

How do i know what type of RAM i have inside my PC without opening it up,

is it in the BIOS or is there a program which u can download which will tell you


  professor 22:41 05 Jun 03

if you have award BIOS there is a good chance you can go into BIOS and somwhere you will find your RAM speed, but if you want to get new RAM anyway opt for PC133 as even if your board only supports PC100 PC133 is backwardly compatible and it gives you extra headroom and PC100 actually only runs at about 97.5mhz so getting PC133 will ensure you get max speed with headroom


  Rtus 23:55 05 Jun 03

use your bios string to identify your board (unless you know it allready)then visit click here for their recomended ram .. it will save you time and hassle..

  Rtus 23:58 05 Jun 03

theres a page on click here how to identify you mobo ..will guide you ..

  suburban train 23:59 05 Jun 03

how do you use the bios string to identify which board i am using?

  Rtus 00:01 06 Jun 03

heres the link click here

  Rtus 00:03 06 Jun 03

simply note the number down then read the last link through all explained there.....

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