Supports a maximum memory size of 1 GB (using 2 x 512 MB memory modules)
Support only 2.5 V DIMM DDRAM configurations
Unbuffered type support
Those lines are part of what you need.
Still not enough since you canot call out exact mother board main chipset but ,in my experience, This is what I think should do the job:
- you can use what you have but won't see much of the change.
- unless your machine is a laptop, Your board is fairly old model ( three year at least from manufacture date) and it has only two slot off DDR and more than likely it will be DDR266. The good new is lots of new faster ram will backward compatible. If it was mine what I would do is go look for one stick of Unbuffered 512 Kingston ( not too bad name) DDR333 CL2.5 (it is cheapest ddr right now). I think this will get the most out of your money and your machine at the same time.
Edited by mcpscomp, 02 January 2006 - 02:30 PM.