This, and other similar utilities, can tell you the type/speed of your RAM.
John A. Jones, CISSP
Sr. Analyst, Global Information Security
Jones Lang LaSalle, Inc.
From: pctech-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:pctech-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of daparnin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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.)
Nishikawa Standard Company
Topeka, IN 46571
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