I have a GX260, wanted to know if the motherboard (Dell 02X378) - Chipset Intel i845G supports dual DDR, i.e, I am adding extra RAM and wanted to know if I must do so in pairs to take advantage of Dual DDR? if not then i will simpy add wahtever i want.OPtiplex 2602 sockets for RAM
The sockets between PC133 and DDR are totally different.
The GX260 uses DDR and it does not interleave memory so you can add 1 stick at a time and it wont complain at you.
Maximum Memory 2GB
Memory Slots 2 (2 banks of 1)
You can use DDR400 ram but it will only run at DDR266 max with the appropriate cpu.
Ive seen systems using PC2100 ram in them.
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Microprocessor type Intel® Pentium® 4 and Celeron™ microprocessors. Design provides for future Dell-supported upgrades. A slower compatibility speed can be set through system setup.
Level 1 (L1) cache 8 KB
Level 2 (L2) cache 1.5– 2.0* GHz processors: 256-KB pipelined-burst, eight-way set-associative, write-back SRAM
2.2–2.6 GHz processors: 512-KB SRAM
*Certain 2.0G systems may be upgraded to 512K cache.
Math coprocessor internal to microprocessor
200- and 266-megahertz (MHz) double-data rate (DDR) synchronous dynamic random-access memory (SDRAM)
Dual in-line memory module (DIMM) sockets two non-error checking and correction (non-ECC)
DIMM capacities 128, 256, 512 MB, and 1 GB
Minimum random-access memory (RAM) 128 MB
Maximum RAM 2 GB
I think though i may have mixed you up!
I know my computer uses PC2100 RAM, it currently only has 256Mb, I wish to add some more, however (this is the bit I think i didnt explain too well), I want to know if I can mix the size of the RAM I wish to add with what I have. I have read that if the system is "dual channel" and I want to use this then I must add the same size of RAM that is already in place.
So is my system "dual channel"???
Message Edited by darren1979 on 10-04-2005 10:04 AM
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