Memory Question

  [DELETED] 00:29 09 May 2006
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I would like to find out how many pins my pc has, how would I go about finding out without opening it up?

  Kev.Ifty 00:37 09 May 2006

Enter the make etc. here

click here

Cheers Kev

  [DELETED] 00:42 09 May 2006

Thanks a lot.

  [DELETED] 02:17 09 May 2006

I always prefer to open up the comp and look at the rams myself because one is dealing in speeds mb sizes and types, but here are two programs that I like for different reasons. The first sysspecs is a simple program that one just keeps on a pendrive and then sticks it into the USBport of a comp and double clicks the program, it then shows you all the details of the comp(stand alone,no installing at all, good for comps that are wonkey; however, if I am not only looking for the details but also want to know about the drivers too, then I install the second program, which gives you much more detail.

sysspecs
click here

Everest
click here

I repeat, these won't give you details like just opening up the comp which you will have to do if you are going to upgrade rams anyway.

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