bigtrev 20:56 06 Mar 2004

Hello friends
I have a Time PC and the memory is only a NVIDIA RIVA TNT2 64......I'm not to sure what my best upgrade is.Sometimes it would say not enough memory so I would like to go to 128 or 256...Does any SDRAM card fit 168 PIMM or do I need special card to fit my system
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  PC Mad Boy. 21:45 06 Mar 2004

I am a little confused? The limits will be set by the chipset on the size of max RAM you can install.

Rule of thumb is no mor ethan 512mb for 98/98se/ME. XP and 2000 love it!

The graphics card can be easily replaced with a fairly good price these days Ti4200 of Fx5200 card. 64MB/128MB/256MB flavours.

  Diodorus Siculus 21:51 06 Mar 2004

NVIDIA RIVA TNT2 64 is a graphics card. This can be upgraded.

Memory is RAM - at boot up, the amt of ram should be displayed. Also available by right clicking on "my computer" and choosing properties.

This can be upgraded if you know the mobo - go to click here and enter the details.

  bigtrev 19:06 08 Mar 2004

Yes thanks for the help...
Its the first time I have looking at all this kind of stuff...I thought the nvidia was my memory but now know its the graphics card..LOL
I now know that I can upgrade to 512mb of SDRAM.
PC-100 is what spec I need so thanks again

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