The machine will default to the lowest speed of the available RAM. I selected the higher data rate PC to, hopefully, find higher quality products. Your motherboard may not accept any other kind of RAM. Keeping your old 2 x MB means that you do not need to add more than 2 GiB. You can do this either as 1x 2GiB or as 2x 1GiB. Sign up using Facebook.
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The machine will default to the lowest speed of the available RAM. My system is a Dell Vostro Desktop.
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What model of dell computer is this? Ramhound I never assumed that the OP was using Windows, but it’s probably a safe assumption, so I’ll accept that.
Here’s what you need to know to upgrade your RAM: It avoids possible memory conflicts, however rare they may be. You can use the Crucial Advisor Tool. While it also is possible to hack desktop versions of Windows to get around their specific limitations, its unfair to the author, and unwise as techical experts to suggest such a hack to the user.
If you think you later change the OS to a 64 bit version then it is worth it to get more memory. It will give you all details about what you want once you fill your motherboard type model. I’ll update my post f31 directions for installing a single DIMM.
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Stephen Lynch 5. You can do this either as 1x 2GiB or as 2x 1GiB.
I’m still wondering why keep the MB sticks and not just go for 2x2gb sticks though I’m an absolute novice at this stuff but am trying to learn quickly.
Here’s reviskon couple of examples of acceptable products: If you’re doing anything that pushes how much memory you’re using, I would suggest using matched sets.
rrevision Sign up using Facebook. Keeping your old 2 x MB means that you do not need to add more than 2 GiB. Scorpion99 10 Zach L and others have explained this already. A single DIMM e. The memory bus on your computer can only utilize the full speed of memory up to PC Those should set you on the right track.