Check Compatibility On Upgrading H/W

October 14, 2007 at 8:52 am (Hardware)

If you are thinking of adding a RAM size for your desktop or any other accessories on the motherboard, it is very essential for you to check the compatibility.

RAM – It is primarily classified as SDRAM and DDRAM. This incorporates single data and double data respectively. SDRAM was used in earlier systems. As far as DDRAM is concerned, it comes with varying classifications known as DDRAM and DDRAM 2. The starting of DDRAM comes with 260 MHz and ranges to 400 MHz in today’s market

You can check compatibility at http://support.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop
for intel boards before going for purchase.

Upgrading RAM many times conflicts on parallel working of your older chip. In that case there is a possibility that you need to run only one of them.

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