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LiaoGoren

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I am trying to decide how much my computer will accept in RAM, I currently have 1024mb of Ram. I guess I have 2 questions

1. How do I determine how much each slot will accept.

2. How do I determine how much TOTAL ram the Mother board will accept?
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Hiya,
You can find all that information in the motherboard handbook or on the pc makers website or better yet the motherboard makers website
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The only problem with that is, I bought the computer from a pawn shop about a year ago... one of those once in a lifetime finds... lol

I do know that the computer as a whole is a chop job... a gamer made it from scratch so I am unable to identify the makers... if anyone knows how to find that out I can get the specifics of the mother board from there?
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you can dl everest home edition and it will tell you everything you need to know about what's in the machine...well..almost everything
http://www.lavalys.c...cts.php?lang=en
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That was an great place to find exactally what I was looking for thanks :tazz:
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