Dave,

I would look at the mother board for the manufacturer. This is usually stamped somewhere on the motherboard. There should also be a model number for the motherboard. Find the web site for the manufacturer. Most of them have support documents on the web page. Many times these documents will tell you more information on the memory sticks such as clocking speed, capacity, type.

From there, you can shop around for the best price.

Nick Mart


----- Original Message ----- From: <daparnin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <pctech@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Tuesday, December 23, 2008 9:09 AM
Subject: [PCTECH] Upgrading / Reading Memory


I've got a PC at home that I want to put more memory in. Normally, when I
build a PC I match the memory up with the motherboard specs and all is
well. In this case I don't know what I've got, either the motherboard or
memory. I just want more of the same. What do I need to look for on the
chips to tell me what I've got? Does this vary from manufacturer to
manufacturer? (This is going to me a Christmas present to myself.)


Dave Parnin
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