memory upgrade problem

  gazza38 17:30 01 Jan 2005
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I have just bought a new PC,it only has 512mb of DDR3200 installed and i need more.I tried crucial but my motherboard and PC model are not listed.
Can anyone please help?
Advent T11 computer
intel 550 (3400)
Motherboard micro-star ms-7046

The current ram has a CL3 rating,should I buy more of the same or faster CL2,or can they be mixed.I have four slots for ram.I like to do video editing,so am looking for two sticks of 512mb,to make a total of 1.5gb.

  citadel 18:28 01 Jan 2005

if you know you have pc3200 installed just get another 512 pc3200. normal type will be cl3 and it will probablly say on the box 100% compatable. It will cost about £65.

  LinuxPenguin 18:41 01 Jan 2005

on crucial, select your manufacturer, then there is a link for their pc scanner that tells you exactly which ram to buy

  gazza38 18:46 01 Jan 2005

LinuxPenguin
As I said,the advent T11 is not on the list,nor is the ms-7046 motherboard.
Thanks for your reply.

  mikef. 19:18 01 Jan 2005

Use the Crucial System Scanner that should tell you exactly what you need.

  ensonricky 19:40 01 Jan 2005

Memory is fairly compatible, don't get too hang up on the fact your M/Board is not listed by Crucial a standard stick of 512MB PC3200 should suit just fine. Geil memory is another company I can highly recommend. Just remember that if mixing memory speeds the overall performance will be restricted to the slower speed.

  ACOLYTE 19:42 01 Jan 2005

click here


This may help.

  LinuxPenguin 20:44 01 Jan 2005

i already posted that

and he already said it didnt help

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