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 :iagree:
It says:Memory Max. 2GB DDR 2 x DDR DIMMDDR333/266
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 2700ctspd 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.