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Is this memory compatible with my computer? help! and i want to upgrade also

Q: Is this memory compatible with my computer? help! and i want to upgrade also

i'm a skateboarding filmer. which means a lot of footage and i need faster memory and a bigger hd. please help me find memory that's compatible with my Gateway 310 and is cheap. my comp can handle only 2048MB and the type of RAM is DDR PC2700. help and thanks!

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Preferred Solution: Is this memory compatible with my computer? help! and i want to upgrade also

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I currently have a GeForce GTX 650 and am upgrading to a PNY GeForce GTX 960
I have a 990FXA UD3 Motherboard
and a AMD Fx 8350 Processor

I just have a view questions,
- Will the motherboard fit the card?
- Does the 960 take the same power as a 650?
- Is the 960 compatible with my pc
 

A:Computer Upgrade compatible?

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Hi ,
I want to upgrade to 8GB RAM (Now I'm using 1 GB RAM)
I want to know if my computer compatible with 8GB or not !
my friend told me that it depends on the processor ... Does it ??

Info:
Windows 7 professional
Processor : Intel(R) Celeron(R) CPU 900 @ 2.20GHz 2.19 GHz
Installed memory (RAM): 1.00 GB
System type: 32-bit operating system
I'm sorry if the info is not enough I don't know what is the important info to tell !!

A:Want to upgrade to 8GB RAM is my computer compatible ?

The CPU itself is 64 bit capable,

Intel? Celeron? Processor 900 (1M Cache, 2.20 GHz, 800 MHz FSB)

but seeing it is a socket 478 CPU, it all comes down to what the motherboard will support; one bit of info you left out. Also as long as you are running 32 bit Windows anything beyond 3 GB is essentially a waste as 32 bit Windows can only use up to 4 GB, and you will lose some of that due to memory addressing of all devices in and on the motherboard.

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My computer was freezing after about 30 seconds after its booted up. Originally my friend thought it was a virus, so i had to format my hard drive. After i did that while re-downloading win7 it froze while i was putting in the product key, my friend said it could be the cpu or memory. He is not 100% sure what it is being that he lives far away and cannot look at my computer. Any ideas? I myself am very very bad with computers, so i don't know the specs and my computer wont work, so i cant look for it. Sorry if i posted incorrectly or in the incorrect spot.

A:How do i upgrade my computer memory?

Review the replies on your other thread. Some additional information was posted there to review! The SIW tool will help you fill out the system specifications where we can pick up from there on just what memory will run on the system you have there.

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Using Windows 7, I have a Gigabyte P55A-UD4P motherboard, two 2048MB memory sticks with two slots vacant, CPU is 2.80 G Intel Core i7 860, and a ATI Radeon HD 5700 Series Video Card. I also have a Ceton Infini TV 6 Network Device television card on my motherboard receiving the Comcast Signal for streaming the television signal through my computer. Watching TV on the computer is a little slow to bring up, I have some problems with some scheduled recording certain channels as they don't simply record yet some are consistent in recording and it takes sometimes a minute or more to start recording once I select that option. Could I still upgrade the CPU, the memory and possibly the video card to achieve more dependable and reliable performance? The computer stores in my area (Micro Center) do not sell an upgraded CPU that would be compatible with my motherboard. I plan to upgrade to Windows 10 (with all the pop up notices I am getting but I want to wait until I have the hardware issue settled).
Thanks for your help.
Frank C.

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Hello everyone, it's been a while since I've posted in these forums but I've run across another problem.

I'm currently running a computer with an Asus M29-E Motherboard and with 2 Aenon 1 gig DDR2 PC2-5300 333MHz sticks of RAM. I heard from a friend that my RAM is too slow for my computer and so my video card (NVIDIA 7900 GS) can't run at it's full potential. At least that's what I think he was talking about. Anyway I decided to upgrade my RAM with a 2048MB PC6400 800Mhz DDR 2 Ram 2GB PC 6400 stick, but I can't figure out if this is compatible with my motherboard. I've ran a couple searches both on google and on these forums, but it seems that everyone was talking way above my head. :/

So I guess my questions boil down to this:

Is my motherboard compatible with PC 6400 RAM (Whatever that means.) (I know it is compatible with 800MHz RAM)

Is it worth buying the RAM ($31) ?

Am I right in assuming that you can't run two different speeds of RAM at once?

Thank you so much for reading this, and if you respond keep in mind that I have very cursory knowledge of "advanced" computer usage.

Have a great day,
-Akolyte
 

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I would like to upgrade my memory on the following computer. I have attached a scan from everest. i have 4 memory modules and I have in a 512 stick and in another i have 128.
i ran a scan from crucial and they did not have any "matches" for my system. Ideas?
 

A:Solved: upgrade memory for my computer

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Hi folks,

I am in real problem. I have a asrock presscott800 motherboard. Didn't know much about hardware. I bought 2*1gb ddr pc3200 400mhz rams. But didn't realize that i had pc3200u. And later on i saw seller described it as high density memory meaningly will work with certain motherboard.

Now when i put them in my pc the pc won't boot up at first. So i remove them tested one by one, but same result. when i put my old one the pc boots up but stays for about 2 mins and then immediately after that when i press power button it would stay for only 5s and then it won't boot up anymore. Now if i leave it for 30 mins, it would do the same thing. 2mins>5s>no power. do u think guys i have to change my motherboard? is that fried?
Please really need urgent help.
Regards
 

A:After memory upgrade my computer restarts

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hi,

i just bought a 128mb memory stick.
i installed it in my computer and at startup a blue screen quickly apeared and then the system shut down.
i restart the computer and this time it doesnt crash at startup. but a few minute later my system crash again.
my system is crashing randomly.. and i think its my new memory.
the seller picked the memory out and i showed him the motherboard's manual. so it cant be that the memory is not compatible

i've tried switching the memory sticks in diffrent slot but it got my system corrupted.
i switch them back where they belong and it went back to normal.

is there anyway to stop my computer from crashing?
 

A:Computer crash after memory upgrade

Bad stick of ram? 2100 and 2700 mixed? Both might fit your board, but they may not play well together.
Try the sticks one at a time, try the new one alone first and see what happens. Might not be bad, but if you have 2 different types???
 

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Hi, I'm not sure where else to go but if you have a forum that you think would be able to answer this better, please redirect me.

My computer is about 2-3 years old. I tend to take good care of it but I'm having a locking up issue.

Problem: I use my computer mostly for Solidworks and some pretty heavy games. It typically does not freeze while in use. However, some times when it is not in use, it freezes and automatically resets itself.
Other times, I'll be doing some light work and it will freeze like it was 1995, mouse wont move, audio stuck on repeat, and the only option I have, is to do a hard restart.

Confusing parts: When the computer boots back up, I cannot hit enter or anything to get the computer to select "Start windows in normal mode" as opposed to safe mode. The only keyboard I can get to work with that is my Logitech rubber dome keyboard. My mech keyboards don't register. Even my wired Logitech keyboard G510s doesn't register. ONLY my cheapy one (I'll see if I can find you a model number if you need it) . Even more confusing is that my wired mouse won't respond either. The only peripherals that do respond use wireless (not all from one brand, the only commonality is that they're all wireless and work in the bios screens)

Going further down the rabbit hole: When I removed 2 of the 4 memory sticks upon my last boot up. My mech keyboard was recognized in the bios and I was able to select "start windows in normal mode." I don't know if this w... Read more

A:Computer locks/freezes up when not in use after a memory upgrade,

If you think its your memory slots just use 1 stick, try the 4 slots one at a time.

Also see your OCing reset to default see if it still happens...

Roy

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Looking to upgrade memory. I have a 5 year old Dell Dimension 3000 running Windows XP home SP3. Pentium 4 processor (2.8GHz)with 512MB Ram currently. I can upgrade to a max of 2G for this computer.

I run few if any large apps with the exception of Firefox and McAfee Total protection. Those two apps are fairly resource hungry and can really slow things down at times. My question is how much memory should I upgrade too and see a significant difference? another 512M or go to the 2G max?

Oh.. and case anyone wants to know, I do limit the apps that are running to what I actually need, and I have also done the same with Startup. I use CCleaner to clean out junk I don't need and I use a good defragger (Auslogics) on occasion if need be.

Any thoughts?
 

A:Memory upgrade advice for older computer

For the price difference, I'd just go for 2GB. 1GB is about standard for anything current, 2GB is rapidly becoming the standard for anything coming out.
 

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I recently added 16G of Hynix memory (HYMP151F72CP4N3-Y5) to a Dell t7400 workstation that contained 16Gof memory as originally shipped (M395T5166AZ4-CE65).
dmidecode -t 17 | grep Size | grep MB Size: 4096 MB Size: 4096 MB Size: 4096 MB Size: 4096 MB Size: 4096 MB Size: 4096 MB Size: 4096 MB Size: 4096 MBAlso, the Dell mboard ACPI bios sees all 32G. Memtest passes on all 8 memory modules of 4mbeach. (So reordering or reseating the memory modules won't solve this. Itried this already.) I'm using the last bios posted to Dell's support pages:>dmidecode -s bios-versionA0>dmidecode -s bios-release-date05/23/20119
After I boot into linux, the system sees only 24G.
dmesg:
[ 0.000000] e820: BIOS-provided physical RAM map:[ 0.000000] BIOS-e820: [mem 0x0000000000000000-0x000000000009c3ff] usable[ 0.000000] BIOS-e820: [mem 0x00000000000f0000-0x00000000000fffff] reserved[ 0.000000] BIOS-e820: [mem 0x0000000000100000-0x00000000cfe0abff] usable[ 0.000000] BIOS-e820: [mem 0x00000000cfe0ac00-0x00000000cfe5cbff] ACPI NVS[ 0.000000] BIOS-e820: [mem 0x00000000cfe5cc00-0x00000000cfe5ebff] ACPI data[ 0.000000] BIOS-e820: [mem 0x00000000cfe5ec00-0x00000000cfffffff] reserved[ 0.000000] BIOS-e820: [mem 0x00000000e0000000-0x00000000efffffff] reserved[ 0.000000] BIOS-e820: [mem 0x00000000fe000000-0x00000000feffffff] reserved[ 0.000000] BIOS-e820: [mem 0x00000000ffb00000-0x00000000ffffffff] reserved[ 0.000000] BIOS-e820: [mem 0x0000000100000000-0x000000062fffffff] usable
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A:after adding 16G compatible memory, I find 8 GB missing server memory with acpi bios: dmidecode sees 32G, free sees 24

The maximum RAM compatibility for Windows Vista Business is only 4GB.  http://dell.to/2efbU7APerhaps a different OS will utilize the remainder.

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100% Compatible Memory !
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straio please no more spam
 

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This memory 2GB DDR2 800MHz PC2-6400U PC2-6400 2RX8 DIMM is compatible with Convertible Minitower dc 7800 (pc2 5300 ddr2 333mhz)

A:compatible Memory

 Hi, In fact  PC2-5300 is 667 MHz, as it multiplies the 333 MHz value by two it's double data transfer rate, Kingston and Crucial have available compatible memories of 800 MHz http://www.crucial.com/usa/en/compatible-upgrade-for//dc7800-series-convertible-minitower https://www.kingston.com/us/memory/search?devicetype=2&mfr=HEW&line=Business%20Desktop&model=40240

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Hi everyone,
One stick of my system memory died lately and I am planning to buy some new ones. I own an ECS nforce3-A939 mobo and i know the best memory I can put in is 2gb of DDR 3200 dual channel.
The thing is, I want to buy a kit of OCZ Platinum 3200 dual channel (2x1gb). Unfortunately, OCZ's memory configurator only sugesting me Value Series 3200.

Is the platinum series compatible with my mobo or I'll be wasting my money?

Thank You
 

A:Compatible memory?

Go to www.crucial.com and use their configuration finder. You won't find better memory than Crucial. Then once you discover what works, you can buy any brand.
Value Ram is OK, provided you don't need the high speed for gaming or image editing software. It is "value" because the chips on the module may be from a number of sources, not tested, and not likely to work at the higher speeds.
There is a much marketing as technology in most memory modules. Reliability wins out over marketing for our computers... thus, Crucial, Kingston, Infineon, and Corsair are our likely choices.
 

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hi there
i think i am having a weird problem.i have two system one p4 2ghz
,512 mb ddr ram and athlon xp2000+ with motherboard a7v8x-mx and 256 mb ram.p4 motherboard is asus p4b533-vm.the problem is i tried to use the ddr ram from p4 system to athlon but it does not boot making a sound meaning ram not recognised.well the both motherboard support ddr sdram of same specifications.only difference i found out was the ram in p4 system is double sided while one in athlon is not.i tried the other way round and the single sided memory of athlon is compatable with my p4 system.what could be the problem?please help here since i am going to buy a new motherboard for the p4 for i am having trouble with the asus p4b533-vm.i am afraid if my memory will be not compatible with the new board.the board i am going to buy is MSI MS6585.
 

A:memory not compatible

What sort of ram is it that you are talking about???

Go to www.crucial.com and use their database to see what ram all the different mobo's you are on about will take.
 

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Hi, I'd like to know what is the best memorry configuration I can use on the P50. Can it handle 64Gb (4x16) DDR4 2400MHz? What are the compatible vendors?

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Compatible memory
I plan on upgrading the ram on an older laptop.
It comes with IGB DDR2 PC2-4200 533MHz SODIMM, can I add
IGB DDR2 667MHz SODIMM to the spare slot and will it detect it?
Thought I'd ask before attempting!
 

A:Compatible memory

Hard to say, there is only one way to know, that is to try. I'm assuming you have the modules in question. Otherwise I would suggest buying modules of the same specs to increase chances of compatibility.
 

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Hi,

Please can someone let me know if the memory listed below will work with the motherboard?

Scan.co.uk: Corsair Memory Value Select 2GB DDR3 1333 Mhz CAS 9 Dual Channel Desktop - VS2GB1333D3

GIGABYTE - Motherboard - Socket AM2+ - GA-MA770-UD3 (rev. 2.1)



Thanks

A:Memory Compatible

No. That memory is DDR3 and the motherboard only supports DDR2.

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Is there any way to tell if this memory is compatible with my PC?

PC INFO
Compaq Presario SR2050NX Details
Maximum Memory » 2.0 GB
Expansion Slots » 2 sockets
CPU Information » Intel Pentium D 820
Other Details » ATI Radeon XPRESS 200 Chipset

MEMORY INFO
corsair
VS512MB400 PC3200 512MB 2.5-3-3-8 184pin DIMM
 

A:Is this memory compatible?

no you need pc4200 memory
 

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Other than the Lenovo solution, would others please post memory that is compatible with P70/P50 ECC.I see crucial produces the following:  CT16G4TFD824Ahttp://www.crucial.com/usa/en/ct16g4tfd824a16GB DDR4-2400 Unbuffered ECC 1.2VHas anyone tried this module?

A:P70 ECC Compatible memory

I haven't "tried" this ECC memory because I'm still waiting for the E3-1535M  CPU to become orderable in the North American market.  However, I have also been looking at specification compatible ECC modules.  The Crucial one you referenced isn't, spec-wise, exactly the same as the Lenovo provided one. Here is the comparison between the Samsung M474A2K43BB1-CPB one that Lenovo provides and the Crucial one you referenced:Samsung: 16GB SODIMM ECC SDRAM DDR4-2133 Mhz Unbuffered PC4-17000 Mb/s 1.2 Volt 260 Pin with Latency CL=15Crucial: 16 GB SODIMM ECC SDRAM DDR4-2400 Mhz Unbuffered PC4-19200 Mb/s 1.2 Volt 260 Pin with Latency CL=17 So, the spec differences between the two are the Speed (2133 Mhz vs 2400 Mhz), the bandwidth (17000 Mb/second vs 19200 Mb/second) and the latency (15 nano seconds vs. 17 nano seconds). Although there may be other Samsung "spec identical" ECC memory, the only other 16 GB one I have found so far (from this forum) is the Transcend TS2GSH72V1B. Like you, I'd be very interested to hear from others on this subject.

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Does anyone know a good deal from Amazon - 4GB RAM - that will work with my computers?
I used Crucial's scanning application: Memory upgrades from Crucial.com - Determine My Memory Needs

I am just not techy person but I am the only techy guy in our small office.

A:RAM Memory Compatible

Here are several choices. You show 24gb ram now, you really well not see any improvement adding more ram. SSD drive would make it faster. I see you have a ssd, upgrade to a 840 pro? Looks like a nice lap top, not much to upgrade.

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My freind has a Acer Aspire 3680-2762. Max memory is 2 gb. I am getting two choices [email protected] PC 5300. will either one work? I take it the 5300 is 667mhz and the other ???? Is 5300 better?
 

A:Compatible Memory

PC-4200 is 533
PC-5300 is 667

Either will work, if the comp won't run at 667 it will just run the 5300 stuff at 533.
 

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hey i just needed to get a few urls together to find out were i can get the least exspensive ddr memory for my new pc... its a amd board ... any ideas ..thnx for the feed back
 

A:ddr memory compatible with amd

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Hi, I bought HP ProDesk 400 G3, Intel® Core? i5-6500 3.20GHz, Skylake?, 4GB, 500GB, DVD-RW, Intel® HD Graphics. When I opened it , memory is DDR4 2400Mhz (mta4atf51264az-2g3b1). I want upgrade to 8GB, memory model: KINGSTON HyperX Savage Black 8GB DDR4, 2400MHz, CL12, HX424C12SB2/8. My my question is whether it is compatible?Thank you!  Sorry for my english!   

A:Memory compatible

HI. It is not recommended, to place from a midrange memory that are the most used to place one for high performance gamer equipment, it would be possible that your motherboard, did not recognize it. http://www.kingston.com/en/memory/search/partnumber?partId=HX424C12SB2 Regards.





? I do not work for HP, I volunteer.? To close the topic, check "accept as a solution" the correct answer or Thumb to say thank you.? I'm sorry but you do not answer questions privately.

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I currently have this RAM in my PC with the AsRock Z68 Pro-3 M and I would like to upgrade my motherboard to the Gigabyte GA-Z68XP-UD3. I was wondering if my RAM (linked below) would be compatible with this motherboard.
Mr memory: http://www.gskill.com/products.php?index=222
Thanks in advance, James.
 

A:Is this memory compatible with my motherboard?

If you go to the manufacturers site and look up the motherboard there should be a list available to view or download for compatible RAM, you can check it there.

Unfortunately the compatability lists only include RAM they have tested so even if it is not in the list it may still be ok. Thing to do is try it.
 

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I have an old computer that I am updating.It is 256MB (2 X 128 DDR-SDRAM). I was given the following: 512MB DDR 333 CL2.5. Are they compatible? Can I replace one 128MB with the 512? The system is as follows:
Mainboard : Intel D845GLAD
Chipset : Intel i845GL
Processor : Intel Pentium 4 @ 1800 MHz
Physical Memory : 256 MB (2 x 128 DDR-SDRAM )
Hard Disk : WDC (40 GB)
CD-Rom Drive : HL-DT-ST CD-RW GCE-8400B
CD-Rom Drive : HL-DT-ST CD-ROM GCR-8520B
Network Card : VT82C570 MV IDE Controller VT6105 Rhine III Fast Ethernet Controller
Network Card : 82801DB/DBL (ICH4/ICH4-L) PRO/100 VE Network Connection
Operating System : Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition 5.01.2600 Service Pack 1
DirectX : Version 8.1b
BIOS Version LY84510A.86A.0012.P06
 

A:Solved: Is this memory compatible

Go to http://www.crucial.com and click on check my system for a report
 

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I have 2 1GB Samsung (m470t2953ez3-ce6) that I swapped out of my Toshiba laptop. I want to use them in my kids laptops one is a Compaq Mini 110c-1100dx, and the other is a Asus Eee Pc 1005HAB. I have tried to find something on the internet my self but can't so I thought I would come back here. You guys seem to know everything.

Thanks
 

A:Compatible Memory for other laptops

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Where can I find a list for compatible memory/motherboard . I have an Abit KR7A-133R and have found two list and they give different info. One says the Kingston Value Ram is compatible and the other says it isn't.
 

A:memory compatible list

if there was a list of EVERY compatible motherboard/memory combination, it would be HUGE....

Your best bet would be to look at the motherboard's specifications or manual.
 

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Hello! I have a Lenovo Ideapad G510 and I want to upgrade memory.Actually I have a Samsung DDR3 4GB 1600 MHz 1Rx8 PC3L- 12800S - 11 -13 -B4A have a free slot. I found this: Samsung DDR3 4GB 1600 MHz 2Rx8 PC3 - 12800S - 11 -10 -F2 Does my laptop support also PC3 and 2Rx8 memory? Can I send the order?Thank you for answering.

A:Is this memory compatible with my laptop?

The answer is "maybe".  Your  machine uses low-voltage PC3L memory (1.35V).  The other stick is PC3, which is 1.5V memory.  Some 1.5V memory will work at 1.35V and some will not.  You would need to try the individual stick.  (All 1.35V PC3L memory will work at either 1.35V or 1.5V).

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I had a computer built for me roughly a year ago and with it came 2GB DDR2 of Corsair XMS2 6400 800 mhz 5-5-5-18 memory. I recently wanted to upgrade my memory from 2GB to 4GB so I went to nearest Microcenter and wrote down my exact memory specs. I purchased 2GB DDR2 of Corsair XMS2 6400 800 mhz 5-5-5-18 memory and plugged it into my free momory spaces. I was a little paranoid at first because the two sets were in what looks like different housing. The first set of memory is in a silver metal housing that looks flashy and the second set is just a standard memory stick. After placing the new memory in and trying to boot - nothing happens. I tried several different configurations on the system board and nothing seems to work - same result each time - no boot from the computer if the new memory is installed. If I removed the new sticks the computer boots fine. I'm using an XFX Nforce 680i LT SLI which supports up to 4gb of memory. I'm wondering if there is a common cause for this or if maybe because the memory was purchased a year apart (and have different cases) there is a known compatibility issue. I'd rather not having to buy 4gb of new memory to go from 2gb to 4gb unless absolutely necessary. Thanks for the help.
 

A:Similar memory not compatible?

Does your motherboard beep when you try to boot with the new memory in it? If so, try to record the beep pattern (long and short tones) and post that.
 

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Ok so here goes:

I'm planning on building a new computer. (so please go easy first time adventure)
I will be using a GIGABYTE GA-MA78G-DS3H AM2+/AM2 AMD 780G HDMI ATX AMD Motherboard
with a AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000+ 3.1GHz 1MB L2 Cache Socket AM2 89W Dual-Core Processor
and considering ram memory G.SKILL 4GB (2 x 2GB) 240-Pin DDR2 SDRAM DDR2 1066 (PC2 8500) Dual Channel Kit Desktop Memory

When going to the G.Skill Manufacture page it specifies intel MO's but does not include the Gigabyte AMD compatible MB's. Can anyone shed light on this as I'm thinking the memory should be compatible but am not completely sure. Can you tell me if the listed ram memory will work on my AMD configuration?
 

A:How does one know which memory is compatible with new build?

Looks like the board will support the G.Skill PC2-8500 RAM...

http://www.gigabyte.com.tw/Products/Motherboard/Products_Overview.aspx?ProductID=2800

...or any 1066Mhz memory modules for that matter.
 

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HelloI have laptop ideapad 310 15iskSerial no. PF0KQ62PAnd I want to upgrade my memoryI have selected one stick of ram but not sure its compatible or not Is the ram uploaded in the pic  is compatible with my laptop


























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Hi

I'm new to memory upgrade, could anyone help me to check if the new ram is compatible with the old one because I'm putting 2 more gigs next to the old ram to make it 3 gigs.

CORSAIR
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820145440

G.SKILL Value
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231036

Mobo I'm currently using
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813138264

side note: The reason why i got an extra G.skill ram is because the new Corsair i brought in to Bestbuy the other day for installation was bad? , the tech told me my PC won't start up when he put the the similar stick of Corsair ram to the existence one, so i went out and purchase the G.skill instead from newegg and hopefully its compatible with the old one.

So my other question is, was the secondary Corsair a DOA or can the Bestbuy tech fix it by adjusting my PC bio or other setting?

thanks
 

A:Memory check if its compatible for my mobo

it usually works, but it is NEVER good to mix memory modules... all working well individually. You will always note a hit in performance, and some will make the computer noticeably slower.
Better to sell the old, and install all identical modules...
 

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I'm guessing you guys get compatibility questions a lot, sorry to be a bore

I have a P4C800-E Mobo and I'm wanting to get some extra memory.

Taken from the manual:
Dual-Channel Memory Architecture
4x184-pin DDR DIMM sockets for up to 4GB memory
Supports PC3200/2700/2100 unbuffered ECC or non-ECC DDR DIMMsClick to expand...

Am I limited to how many pins there are in the sockets? It says 4x184 pin sockets and most sticks I see are 240 pins. I was thinking of maybe getting these http://www.ncix.com/products/index.php?sku=25352&vpn=OCZ2P8004GK&manufacture=OCZ%20Technology
but I'm not sure if they're compatible so I appreciate any help I can get and if these don't fit maybe some suggestions for memory that would fit at that price range or better yet exactly what I should read when I see the info of a memory stick and what I'm limited by?
 

A:Solved: Memory - Mobo Compatible?

Found the Kingston compatibility form thanks to the faq so never mind
 

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I just came from a retail store to check on prices but most of their parts weren't available anymore. Instead of a G. Skill Ripjaws 2x4 8gb DDR-3 1600, the clerk offered me a Crucial Ballistix 2x4 8gb DDR-3 1866 memory. The board I'm gonna buy is an Asrock H77 Pro4/Mvp but looking at their memory support list http://www.asrock.com/mb/memory.asp?Model=H77 Pro4/MVP, it doesn't seem compatible.

The clerk had told me it was compatible and that he had tried it before but I'm not sure if it'd have unwanted effects over some period of time. (I got drawn in by how the memory looks and its LED so I'm including it as a choice). Thanks.
 

A:Is a 1866 memory compatible with an H77 board?

It will be compatible, worst case scenario is just setting your 1866Mhz RAM to run at 1600Mhz. You're getting quicker RAM for free.
 

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Anybody can tell me does this memory stick compatible with W530 or not? thanks

A:does this memory compatible with W530 machine?

Hi lmei007,Warm Greetings & welcome to Lenovo Community, happy to have you here.
 
Looking at the specifications sheet (PC3-12800 1600MHz DDR3) looks good to use with W530.
 
I hope the above information helped you.
Please feel free to post in Lenovo Community Forums if you have any further queries!
 
Regards,Prabhansh_______________________________________________Tap that Kudos button if I helped.If you find a post helpful and it answers your question, please mark it as an "Accepted Solution"!

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Hi all.
I'm currently looking to upgrade my memory from 4gb to 16gb. Is there a list of compatible memory available to view and would the following memory be ok for this machine ... The website states that it is compatible with the Optiplex 7010 but my guess is that they will tell you want to hear.
Kingston KCP316ND8/8 DDR3 SDRAM - DIMM 240-pin
www.uk.insight.com/.../0005759786-00000001

Any help on thie matter would be muchly appriciated

A:Optiplex 7010 SFF compatible memory

You can always check out Crucial's UK site (http://uk.crucial.com/gbr/en/ for compatible RAM for your system.
And if Crucial recommends it for a specific PC model, they guarantee it works in that system or they take it back...

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I am going to upgrade the Memory RAM, but I have 2 Modules that are PC3L (1.3V), would that be compatible with the laptop (X201)? The originals are PC3 (1.5V). Thank you in advance.
 
Moderator edit: Added model to subject

A:Lenovo X201 compatible Memory RAM

Hi Chavilan,Warm Greetings & welcome back to Lenovo Community, happy to have you here.As I understand that you have query regarding ThinkPad X201 memory
Chavilan wrote:
I am going to upgrade the Memory RAM, but I have 2 Modules that are PC3L (1.3V), would that be compatible with the laptop (X201)? 

No, the first generation Intel processor doesn't support DDR3L RAM. 
 
I hope the above information helped you.
Please feel free to post in Lenovo Community Forums if you have any further queries!
 
Regards,Prabhansh_______________________________________________Tap that Kudos button if I helped.If you find a post helpful and it answers your question, please mark it as an "Accepted Solution"!

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Hi Guys,

Acer T180 with 2 X 512Gb PC2-4300 CL4 sticks. CPUZ reports as running at 100.5Mhz?

I want to add more memory.

Can I add 2 matched sticks of PC2-5400 CL4 1GB each
or 2 sticks of DDR2-5300 CL5 1GB each.
Both of the above at 675Mhz.

I have 4 slots each max of 1Gb; 2 used as above, 2 free.

What are the rules and implications for matching memory?
Is it correct that whatever I put in will run at the slowest speed i.e. the original PC2-4300 above?
Does it matter which slot pairs are used for which sticks e.g should the 1GB sticks go in the first two slots rather than the last.

I also see specifications like 5-5-5-15 , does that matter.

Wow, sorry for all the questions!

Thanks
Hew
 

A:Solved: Adding DDR2 Memory, what is compatible?

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I have a HP Pavilion p6-2220t, Product number: B3F79AV#ABA with Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit Service Pack 1.  It is four years old. It has a 6-in-1 memory card reader.  I have never used it and want to now.  I have tried and tried but I cannot find out what kind of cards are compatable.  Does anyone here know?  Or do you know where I can get this information?   Thank you in advance.

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Hi Good day, I bought an HP Notebook 15-ba047cl and I need to upgrade the RAM, but there's a few issues.  So the laptop comes with two slots, one is being used with an 8GB SODIMM. I want to expand the RAM to 16GB and also enable dual-channel mode, but the stick of RAM in my laptop seems to not only be quite rare, but very expensive. The RAM currently installed in my laptop is:  Manufacturer HynixManufacturer Reference HMA81GS6AFR8N-UHCapacity 8GBName PC4-19200Short Form 8GB(1Rx8)Type 260PinConstruction Type SO-DIMMModel SO-DIMMOrganization 1Gx64Description DDR4 2400MHzNumber of Ranks 1Extension unbufferedError Correction non-ECCDRAM Organization 1Gx8Number of DRAM 8Construction Type of DRAM FBGA(78ball)Type Height 31.25mmVoltage 1,2V  I've read HP's documents extensively and they insist I use RAM from the same manufacturer and model number in order to enable dual-channel mode (though I know full well this isn't always needed), but this particlar brand and model is severely problematic to get a hold of. As for my question, I was wondering whether or not I should purchase an entirely new set of 2 8GB sticks, and which ones you would recommend for this laptop, or if there was some way for you guys to assist me in getting just one other stick of RAM from another manufacturer that would work and enable dual-channel mode. I can't seem to find much people, if any at all, mentioning this laptop, and when I try to use the offline hardware scanners an... Read more

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Hey guys, this forum was a crucial part in building my rig a year and a half ago, and I'm going to call on this community once again because its almost time to upgrade my system.
I'm looking to upgrade to 4GB RAM, possibly a hard drive, and in the future I'll need a new processor and video card.

RAM: I have 2 1GB modules right now, and I was wondering whether I should buy 2 more 1GB modules, so all 4 slots on my mother board are filled, or whether I should get 2 2GB modules of a "better" RAM,as in better RAM. DDR2 800 is preferable, but I'm not sure if there has been "better" RAM that has come out that my mother board supports

HD: I'm looking to get a 10,000rpm raptor in the near future. Any recommendations on a nice little hard drive that totes the speed for a fair price?

CPU: With DX10 games coming out in the near future, I'm going to be looking at getting a better CPU before I head off to college. I'm currently running my 2.4 dual core cpu, and I know my 775 motherboard can take on a quad core. I know way off in the future I'll need a new motherboard, but before I head off, I want to get the best possible processor my motherboard can handle for a decent price. Any suggestions on a good quad core (can my mobo use extreme quads?)

Video Card: My system so far has been a breeze to use and build, even though its been running vista as its OS. ALL of my problems so far have come from my video card. Several times it ... Read more

A:Need compatible upgrade suggestions.

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I want to upgrade my CPU. It is currently an AMD Athlon Neo Processor MV-40. It is only 1.6 Ghz. My laptop is an HP Pavilion dv2 Entertainment PC. My motherboard specs are below.

Model: Flextronics 3055
FSB: AMD Hammer, 200 Mhz

The question I have is: What other CPUs are compatible with my motherboard.

I have already tried to look up my motherboard via Flextronics website, but it does not seem to be listed there. Thank you all in advance for any help.

A:Motherboard compatible with CPU. Upgrade.

Faites, welcome to the forums.






Quote:
I have already tried to look up my motherboard via Flextronics website, but it does not seem to be listed there.


Probably because it is an OEM board made by them for that (and maybe more) particular notebook. They wouldn't provide any support for it even if you did find it on their site as that would all fall on the notebook manufacturer.

As far as upgrading the CPU, unless it is supported in the bios the best you can do is the Turion Neo x2 listed here,

AMD Processors for Notebooks: AMD Turion

other than that, nothing. Even if it is supported (and that is entirely up to HP), ther eis the small matter of finding one.

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I am looking at a laptop for a fellow student. He upgraded from 8.1 to 10 shortly after 10 became available. Recently it was running slow and shuts off sometimes. Fan vent was clogged. CPU temp a little too high. First of all there are no drivers for Windows 10 from Toshiba. This laptop is not on their compatibility list.

I was running ccleaner and noticed its taking a long time. I looked at the CPU and Ram usage and CPU is at 7% and RAM at 49%. Then I noticed the speed of the CPU is at 1.2GHz with a Max speed of 2.6GHz. Every now and then it will jump to 2.3GHz for a second or two, then back down to 1.2 or 1.3GHz. Could this have anything to do with the 10 upgrade? Will not having the drivers for 10 create a performance issue? I think the laptop needs to go back to 8.1 but I need input from above my level (very low).

Toshiba Satellite P855-S5102
Intel Core i5-3230M CPU @2.6GHz
4G RAM Single Channel DDR3 @ 798MHz (11-11-11-28)

Ccleaner is still running through Edge. Been doing it for 20 minutes and still at 0% progress which is why I posted.

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a compatible gpu upgrade for my (pci-e x16 1.1)   a card that is pretty good for gaming as i belive 2.0 and 2.1 cards are compatible but i dont know any that would fit my pc any help would be apprectiad oh nad my current gpu is the ATI READON HD 5450 1 GB DDR3 LOW PROFILE SAPHIRE

A:Compatible GPU upgrade (gaming)

@Brent171, welcome to the forum. The problem that you will have with upgrading the video card is two fold: 1) newer video cards require UEFI in the motherboard instead of a standard BIOS and yours has a standard BIOS and 2) your power supply unit (PSU) is only 250W.  Most newer cards require a minimum of 300W to operate properly.  The last cards not to require UEFI were the GTX 660/670 series. Your best option is to choose a manufacturer and contact their Tech Support for help with choosing the best card for your system.  They will save you time and money.  The seller pays to ship the card to you, but you pay to return it if it doesn't work. Please click the Thumbs up + button if I have helped you and click Accept as Solution if your problem is solved.

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