is very easy to become confused with the different types of RAM
that will or will not run on the different types of motherboards
that support Intel or AMD processors.
by remembering that motherboards that support Intel processors
never support AMD processors, and you are half way towards
clearing up the confusion. The
motherboard must support a given processor if you are to use it.
It is then just an simple matter of consulting the motherboard's
manual to find out the types of RAM and the processors that it
can download the manuals from the websites of most of the major
motherboard manufacturers. As long as you only install items on
a motherboard certified by its manual to run on or with it, you
cannot go very far wrong.
that you do not need to install DIMM (SDRAM
or DDR RAM) modules,in pairs. Modern motherboards
are also often much more forgiving about which DIMM modules
that can be fitted - they do not all have to be of the same capacity.
- A 128MB module can be installed with 256MB and 512MB modules.
never skimp on quality when it comes to buying RAM.
You can use some of the easy tools to find your exact DDR or DDR2 Memory Upgrades for your Desktop, Laptop or Servers.
Use the Memory Selector to find compatible DDR or DDR2 Memory Upgrades, or the all new system scanner tool to scan your system to find exact matching DDR RAM. If you need more help use the Live Chat Support