|I am looking for any reliable software utility which can be used in general to check the ram memory needed for any computer in order to avoid opening the case of a computer before buying the ram modules. |
Otherwise, what is the best approach when it comes to increase a computer's ram size? One choice would be opening the case, taking one ram module and asking for another like that at a store. But we still might like to buy one ram module with higher size than the one we already had in the computer. To do so, we should make sure the motherboard slot will accept the higher ram memory size and that the motherboard accepts the total ram size it would have after adding the second ram module. Is there any reliable software utility which gives this information to avoid having to look for the doc with the specs of the motherboard in internet in case we have lost this doc? Is there any software utility which tell us what ram modules our mother board currently has?
Otherwise, we could search for the motherboard specs in internet.
For example, looking for the a computer's motherboard id with everest I found
63-0100-009999-00101111-090707-Bearlake$G31T-M2_G31T-M2 V3.02 09/07/2007 FOR FSC
However, I do not know how to find the specs for this mother board in internet. Any idea?
Any suggestion is appreciated.