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JHolm4
Beginner
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updating ram in an older computer

My computer right now is using DDR2 ram and I want to add more but i'm not sure what is compatible.

My system information is:

Motherboard: Intel Corporation

Model D945GCZ (J3E1)

Chipset vendor: Intel

Chipset model: i945P/PL/G/GZ

Chipset revision: A2

Ram:

total memory slots 4

Type: DDR2

Size: 1024 MBytes

Channels: Dual

DRAM frequency: 266.7 MHz

I am looking at one on amazon and want to know if it will fit it is:

Kingston ValueRam 1GB DDR2 667 MHz 240-pin memory module (KVR667D2/1GR) It says in brackets (personal computers) then (ASIN: B000S6EOXY)

Would appreciate any help before I order this ram

Janet

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Miguel_C_Intel1
Employee
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The Intel® 945G Express Chipset supports a maximum of 4GB of DDR2 400/533/667MHz, 1GB per slot.

 

I recommend you to get a memory with the same speed of the current memory on your system. If it possible the same model.

Mike C

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