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RAM Identifier Utility


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Webslinger64

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Once upon a time, somebody at GTG here provided a link to a program/utility that ran a diagnostic on the RAM in my computer and identified the type of RAM I could run and the maximum RAM I could run. Anybody know what that program might be?
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Hi konakula29er,

The one I know is not really a program but an online scanner, check out Crucial System Scanner Tool.

Kamille

Edited by kamille316, 01 February 2009 - 01:15 AM.

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If you're talking about your P4 machine, then it supports up to 2gigs of ram (unvalidated)... HERE are the specs. Since it originally had a 400MHZ CPU, I'm going to guess it currently has 266Mhz ram modules, but you can download CPU-Z and see if it can identify the ram (SPD tab).
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Hi konakula29er,

The one I know is not really a program but an online scanner, check out Crucial System Scanner Tool.

Kamille


That was the one I was looking for.

Thank you!
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If you're talking about your P4 machine, then it supports up to 2gigs of ram (unvalidated)... HERE are the specs. Since it originally had a 400MHZ CPU, I'm going to guess it currently has 266Mhz ram modules, but you can download CPU-Z and see if it can identify the ram (SPD tab).


Not this time buddy. Actually looking at my step-son's computer. He has 512MB RAM and wants to max it out. I used crucial before to determine the amount and type of RAM for my computer. Just couldn't remember the dang website. I maxed out the RAM on my computer before upgrading the processor. It is 333MHz. Makes you salivate when you see DDR3 RAM 1866MHz.
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