RAM and Microprocessor compability

October 14, 2010 at 05:38:41
Specs: win 2k pro, intel p4- RAM - 256 MB
Hi experties..

pleast solve my dought.

I Need exactly RAM and Microprosessor compability.
like this RAM supports this kind of processor so on...

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October 14, 2010 at 07:39:37
That type of list would be very lengthy.

The compatibility is determined by the chip set and/or processor. The chip set is designed with a series of CPUs in mind. The memory to be used has some flexibility.

Additionally, the number of memory channels can change.

I suggest you first choose a processor series and then look at motherboards designed to run that series of processor.

Go to newegg.com and search for motherboards. You can search using filters. Choose the proceesor or chip set and then view the selection to learn more.

Finally, not all RAM is created the same. Motherboard manufacturers publish a list of RAM they have tested and know is compatible.

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October 17, 2010 at 23:52:30

thanks for ans..

can 256 MB sufficnt with dual core??

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October 18, 2010 at 03:42:14
Now you are talking about a different problem, quantity.

256 Mbs RAM will work with a dual core processor but you will not be able to do much with it as software considerations would have to be made.

You could just about get away with using Windows XP but forget about Windows Vista or 7.

Even with Windows XP you will be restricted by what you can do which rather defeats the object of a dual core processor. These days you need to be thinking about 1Gb of memory at least.


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October 18, 2010 at 22:56:17
ok.. i got... can you tell me the different btwn DDR1 DDR2 and all in simple words.. and what is PC 100,133,2700 and all..

I read the notes.. but 'm not geting exact ans..

thanks in advance

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October 19, 2010 at 03:07:42
They are all different types of memory with different operating frequencies. Motherboards are usually designed to take one and only one type of memory.

Google will give you descriptions of what each are capable off.


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October 19, 2010 at 06:01:13
This is beginning to sound like a homework assignment.

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