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Finding the Max RAM I can have?


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LiaoGoren

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There was once a program that I had, and have lost track of what it was. It would tell me what I have in my puter, and what the max ram I could put in was... any help in finding this info out, without cracking the case and looking at each individeual peice??
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Power Leap has an upgrade configurator that checks your current system and advises of possible upgrades. Go to http://www.powerleap.com/PL-iP3T.jsp
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If you have the manual to the computer or mobo it's always in there if you look in the right places. I know my mobo (ECS 945P-A I945 Socket 775) came with a manual that tells me how much ram total, how much per piece, and what the tested and succesful types are. So just do a little research! :whistling:
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lol if I had that info handy I would not even be asking. The thing I am looking for someone on here, I think Excel told me about was a program that I download and ran on my puter not online, and it gave me all the info I could ever want. However the info that I have already been given was great, and worked if you are connected to the net :whistling: THanks folks
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