|I'm sorry if I've posted my question in the wrong forum. I tried to post a report generated by ASTRA32, which was supposed to contain all the info about my system but since I'm using the demo version, the report was encrypted. That's why I asked for a utility which I could use to generate a report about my system. If you know about any such utility, please let me know.|
And thanks a lot for the link you posted, it gave some useful info.
Maximum Memory Capacity: 4096MB*
Currently Installed Memory: 512MB
Available Memory Slots: 3*
Total Memory Slots: 4*
Dual Channel Support: Yes
CPU Manufacturer: GenuineIntel
CPU Family: Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 3.06GHz Model 4, Stepping 9
CPU Speed: 3057 MHz
I got the above information by scanning my system at crucial.com
*The scan shows 4096, but it can't be more than 2048.
*shows 3 available memory slots, but I see only one available on my motherboard.
*shows 4 memory slots in total whereas there are 2 on the board.
Why did the scan result in wrong info?
Got this info using 'Advanced System Information Tool'
L2 Cache: 1MB
System Bus Clock: 531.8MHz
FSB Clock: 133MHz QDR
System Bus Speed: 533MHz
System Memory Speed: 333MHz
In BIOS there's also an option of DRAM Frequency which is set to Auto.
Now what's the difference among:
System Bus Clock, FSB Clock, System Bus Speed?
And what's the difference between System Memory Speed and DRAM Frequency?
And does a motherboard also have bus speed?
Too many questions, but I know you can answer them - you guys are gurus! :)