Re: high density ram in old computer ok?



On Tue, 14 Feb 2006 17:49:45 +0000, Graham wrote:

It probably won't do any harm as such, but you may find the machine to be
unstable with certain applications. (Thats what I found on a similar age
motherboard)

You would be much better off using the correct RAM for the machine. Use
the Crucial memory finder, the prices aren't bad either. www.crucial.com
or
www.crucial.com/uk for England

Cheers!

I looked at Crucial's site before I made the post and did not find the
Hot-631 listed. I think it might be cheaper to buy the 'wrong' memory
and use just half of it than to get the 'correct' dimm.

kw

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