I have just finished a new build base unit with 80GB hard drive with 512RAM. I'm now wishing I'd put in double the memory. Would any type or make of 512RAM be suitable to add-in or would there be a conflict?
Use the memory selector at crucial click here
Thanks for the site but it is asking for the manufacturer. would that be the motherboard manufacturer?
ICF is spot on.I have tried many times to use spare ram i have had laying around,only to find out its non-compatible.Crucial will guarantee there ram will work with your system,or money back.
Run Everesthome or Belarc for your system details Everesthome click hereBelarc click here
Ok, skidzy, Here's what I have but it doesn't mean much to me -System Model WinFast C51GM03 FAB1.0Processor a Main Circuit Board b 2.40 gigahertz AMD Athlon 64256 kilobyte primary memory cache1024 kilobyte secondary memory cache Board: WinFast C51MCP51 FAB1.0Bus Clock: 201 megahertzBIOS: Phoenix Technologies, LTD 6.00 PG 01/19/2006 ST3802110A [Hard drive] (80.03 GB) 448 Megabytes Installed MemorySlot 'A0' has 512 MB
just click scan my pc
the box under the manufaturer details
Adman is correct,just use the scan my pc and follow the prompts.Forgot about that..:-))
from what I can find about winfast C51MCP51 FAB1.0 it's actually a Foxconn 6150K8MA-8EKRSclick here
Is that what Crucials Scan My PC says?
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