SDRAM- can I still upgrade????

  littlechef 20:28 26 Jun 03
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Hello

I own a P2, 333mhz, 64RAM PC.
I wish to increase its RAM, but the system board only supports PC66 SDRAM, and PC100 SDRAM, up to 384MB.
Can I get away with putting in an 64 SDRAM or
128SD RAM for example???

Cheers

  Jester2K II 20:39 26 Jun 03

Not sure what you are asking here.

However if you only have 64mb RAm and you want to get up to 128mb or 256 mb or even the full 384mb then i would consider dunping the current RAm and buying the whole lot new - considering how cheap it is. Try click here

Enter your Mobo model and it'll tell you what options are avalible to you...

  Despicable Desperado 02:23 28 Jun 03

If your system supports PC100 then not a problem as you can still purchase it. You should be able to mix and match just so long as the voltage of the memory chips is the same (eg 3.3v) and your mobo can support the chip size you want

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