SophieMayK 19:05 17 Jun 2011

Hello, My pc has Intel Pentium 4, 2.66GHz. Motherboard is Intel Coporation, model D915GAG. I only have 1 Gig of RAM and I would like 4 gigs. The RAM I have is DDR DRAM, PC3200 (200MHz). Would my RAM only have 184 pins therefore I couldn't put PC2-6400 DDR2 SD RAM into my motherboard? If not does any one know what kind of RAM I need; or what I need to look for?

Thanks :)

  chub_tor 19:22 17 Jun 2011

No you cannot use DDR2 RAM in this motherboard but you can get modules that would fit Click Here BUT this is not a cost effective upgrade. You have a 32bit processor so you are limited to a 32 bit OS which will not recognise all 4Gb anyway. My advice would be to stick with your 1Gb and put the money towards upgrading the motherboard and processor so that you can have DDR3 which is getting cheaper day by day and go 64 bit.

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