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Did you check crucial.com?
To see what your machine supports?
old PCs yes, newer PCs no
there were risers in the 80s that could expand one slot into 2 or 4 slots, but there's no reason for this with modern PCs since 2gb (and even 4gb) dimms are available.
are there any 2 gig ddr2 dual channle single stincks?
i couldnt find any and thats what mine uses. also is there away for it to use the ramm on another pc thats not running anything other than windows?
so funny reading this now, in 2014
common now is DDR3-1600, highest is a 16GB 3GHz chip
But big chip are EXPENSIVE!
I have 128's coming out my ears (yeah, I know, don't get smart.) and a few 256's, and it would be nice to put them to use. Computer only has 2 slots and even a couple of 512's are out of my budget range right now. Suggestions?
Just so we know.
You state it's expensive. I can't tell what country you are in but for 35 bucks I think newegg.com had a 2GB pair for sale. Here, that is not expensive. In closing you might have some old RDRAM board but didn't tell.
Only one ram slot in my laptop
Only one ram slot in my laptop can i add another slot without change mother board ..i have two ram but in my laptop only single ram slot please suggest how to add both ram in my laptop or suggest any adapter available i market if yes so where or can i purchase online shop..
Please keep your posts in plain view.
This one is buried under an 8 year old discussion. Top post so all can see it and add the make, model of your machine.
Also, see if Crucial.com has some RAM for this machine.
Don't you believe it.
Very likely it will use no more than 8GB...unless maybe you play with the BIOS. Personally I don't like to play with the bios. RAM are cheap, just get memory per stick.
Oop, 2008, sorry.