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How Can I know kind of ram Im using???

Posted on 2006-07-20
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I want to upgrade my ram but I dont know kind of original ram(DDRAM, DDRAM2 ...)
is there any software check hardwares to specify that?
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Download Everest Home Edition from http://www.majorgeeks.com/download4181.html

Install it, run it, and it will tell you :-)
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... expand "Motherboard" on the left side (click on the "+" sign);  then click on SPD and it will display the details on your current memory modules (you click on them one-at-a-time in the upper right, and the details will display in the right panel).
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... then click on Motherboard - Motherboard (yes, that's "Motherboard" under the general heading of "Motherboard"), and it will show the "Motherboard Physical Info" as one of the categories on the right side, which will show you have many RAM slots your motherboard has.
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thank much...
that software showed many details..
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You're welcome.
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