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Old 08-29-2005, 03:58 PM   #1
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Default How do i fine out the size of ram without instalin it

rite i hav to sticks of ram that my friend give me and there are no lables on them and i was wonderin if there was any way to find out the size without putin them in my comp???? any sugestions would be nice
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Old 08-29-2005, 05:04 PM   #2
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no, only stick em in comp
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does it say what brand they are on the stick? if so, you might be able to go to the manufacturers website and enter the numbers that are on the stick and find out what it is. it should tell you the speed and size so you'll know if they work with your motherboard or not.
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rite i hav to sticks of ram that my friend give me and there are no lables on them and i was wonderin if there was any way to find out the size without putin them in my comp???? any sugestions would be nice
don't the numbers on the silicon represent anything?
i'm looking at one right now... and at the bottom of the narrow side... it reads.. 4Mx64 SDRAM... and this particular 1 is 64MB...
don't know about the ones you have
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