> : Is there some way to gather the specifications of the RAM installed
> : in a PC?
> What information about you ram are you after specifically? If you have a
> pentium, it is likely that their is two chips, since those boards require
> that (so if you have 16, there's two 8meg simms).
That's very motherboard dependant. Intel Triton chipsets require SIMMs in
multiples of two. I have an SIS motherboard that doesn't.
Quote:> If you want the speed in nanoseconds of you chips, the easiest way is to
> pull one of them out, check the last digit on one of the chips. If it'
> s a seven, their seventy nano, if its six, their sixty. Can't tell you
> about EDO ram tho - never seen any myself.
Jamie, unless it's been bought very recently and then probably only if it's
been specifically noted as EDO, chances are that it isn't.
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