Might be best to get the same speed kit as what you have.........pc8500.
Looks like about 30 bucks.
I'd like to add more RAM to my Dell Inspiron 570 desktop which is 64 bit. It originally came with 4 GB and I'd like to double that. The OEM chips are Samsung (2X2GB) DDR3, SDRAM, 1066mhz, DIMM, 2Rx8, PC3, 8500U, 1.5V.
I haven't got much of a clue what most of that means but I am having a hard time finding those exact chips to buy as a set to compliment my existing chips. I see lots of other Samsung 2GB, 1066mhz DDR3 chips but with slightly different figures than my OEM chips have. Dell support suggests that I add a set of their 2GB 1333mhz chips.
My understanding is that a 64 bit system needs a minimum of 4GB of RAM just to function so there's got to be room for speed improvent here. I'm not a big video watcher but I do play so simple games and I often have multiple windows and tabs open at once.
In reply to: RAM Upgrade
My name is Sandeep, I work for Dell Social Media and Community, I just went through your query and I would like to share few things for this query of your's.
Currently you have 4GB RAM on your computer and here are the details that you can upgrade for 4 more GB of RAM.
Product: Inspiron Desktop
Model: Inspiron 570
MAXIMUM MEMORY: 8 GB (8192 MB)
NUMBER OF SLOTS: 4
Technology: DDR3 SDRAM
Form Factor: DIMM 240-pin
Memory Speed: 1333 MHz (PC3-10600)
Data Integrity Check: Non-ECC
RAM Features: Unbuffered
Dell - Sandeep S
Dell | Social Media & Community
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