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Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Memory Installation Support

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Memory Installation Support
Q. I own a Pentium 200MHz computer which has SDRAM memory. I have one memory slot available on the mainboard for upgrading. Do I have to remove the existing module and install in matching pairs to upgrade my memory?
A. No. SDRAM or Synchronous DRAM systems utilize 64 bit, 168-pin DIMMs rather than 72-pin SIMMs. Leave your existing memory and install one additional module. (168-pin DIMM) Make sure the memory is SDRAM.
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