Originally Posted by ownage
well, if HP sells the computer, then it has to be compatable. The memory controller for the Pentium M's and the chipset both have to support DDR2. But personaly, i would get a 7x0 Pentium M.
That's not exactly true. It may be compatible, but it won't necessarily give you the full effect of DDR2 memory.
I work at my university, and companies like HP, DELL, and Gateway will send you computers with bad combinations, because they think you don't know any better.
DELL will ship computers with 4GB of DDR2 ram, even though the processor will not utilize it, and windows only supports up to 3.25GB.
Try not to make any assumptions when dealing with big companies like this.
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