farmboy 10:25 23 Oct 2004

hi, can any 1 help me.
I have been given an old computer tower, which has no memory. I cannot get hold of my friend who sold it me at the moment. But it has no memory in it, so obviously i cannot switch it on at the moment.

It is a intel celeron 667, or something like that.

I think it is SDRAM as the 2 slots are quite big and they look like this

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I have had older computers given to me and the slots wasnt this big.


  JonnyTub 10:32 23 Oct 2004

could this be what your looking for ? click here

  JonnyTub 10:32 23 Oct 2004

could this be what your looking for ? click here

  farmboy 10:36 23 Oct 2004

So i think it is a dimm, is there any differnce with the speeds, i think i noticed that there was a 100 mhz and 133 mhz. will any work in my computer, just as long as i get a dimm.

  JonnyTub 10:41 23 Oct 2004

To find out exactly what kind of memory your board supports, find out the make and model, look at motherboard for identifying marks and names/numbers or refer to manual for this and then go along to crucial and enter the details. This will give you your options for memory

  tenplus1 10:43 23 Oct 2004

If you're interested I actually have a 128mb PC100 Dimm for a Pentium III motherboard... gimmie an e-mail @ [email protected]

  farmboy 10:45 23 Oct 2004

Does it matter that i have a intel celeron and not a pentium?

  JonnyTub 10:46 23 Oct 2004


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