When you buy a motherborad how do you know what is the correct memory for it?
Usually motherboard website have this information. There should be a link for certified memory available for that specific mobo
My Manufacturer (American Megatrends) does not give any good info about there motherboards, any other way to find out?
AMI? I know they do BIOSes, didn’t know they made mobos…
I checked with PC Wizard and thats what it told me.
Can you open computer and see directly in mobo what brand is?
Its an Asrock.
That makes more sense
Memory Max. 2GB DDR
2 x DDR DIMM
So does that mean that I can put any memory into it that is a DDR DIMM PC2700 or PC3000 …
If I’m not wrong, DDR 333 = PC 2700, so you can’t use DDR 400
So how did you find that out?
a lot of cas 2.5 ddr 400 will run cas 2 at pc 2700
ctspd and everest confirm
another 512 would be the most bang for the quid
Your motherboard manufacturer should list what memory modules have been tested with their products. It’s a case of looking up the web-site for your board and then finding a link to tested memory with that board. The memory quoted should be actual part numbers for the memory manufacturers in question.