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This is assuming you have a 64 bit CPU, but googling shows that most Dell Vostro combination have a core2duo and [ark. Look up the model of the dell say if it was an optiplex then I would google Optiplex RAM to find out what the max amount of RAM the system can support. They seem to exists , albeit not cheap enough to seriously consider them. The memory bus on your computer can only utilize the full speed of memory up to PC Heck, I suggest using matched sets no matter what. I’m still wondering why keep the MB sticks and not just go for 2x2gb sticks though Stephen Lynch 5.

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Intel Core 2 Duo E @ MHz – CPU-Z VALIDATOR

The memory bus on your computer can only utilize the full speed of memory up to PC Post Your Answer Discard By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies. To expand on Zach L’s answer, we don’t know you exact motherboard model posting the model of your Dell p35/g33g/31 would helpbut based on the information provided, it’s safe to say that you currently have a motherboard that supports DDR2 RAM modules the individual sticks of RAM are called “DIMMs” and you are currently using PC modules, based on your memory frequency.

Sign up using Facebook. While it also is possible to hack desktop versions of Windows to get around their specific limitations, its unfair to the author, and unwise as techical experts to suggest such a hack to the user. Look up the model of the dell say if it was an optiplex then I would google Optiplex RAM to find out what the max amount of RAM the system can support.

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It avoids possible memory conflicts, however rare they may be. Post as a guest Name. Heck, I suggest using matched sets no gev.10 what. On a 32 bit system you probably do not gain more usable memory than 3GiB. I feel it should noted that your chipset supports dual-channel memory, which increases overall efficiency by a small margin.

The machine will default to the lowest speed of the available RAM.

I’ll update my post with directions for installing a single DIMM. I have 32 bit system. Why only 4GB of ram though? Ramhound I never assumed that the OP was using Windows, but it’s probably a safe assumption, so I’ll accept that.

Here’s a couple p35/f33/g31 examples of acceptable products: If you’re doing anything that pushes how much memory you’re using, I would suggest using matched sets.

Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. They seem to existsalbeit not cheap enough to seriously consider them. I’m an absolute novice at this stuff but am trying to learn quickly. Keeping itel old 2 x MB means that you do not need to add more than 2 GiB. In that case, you must install it in DIMM slot 1. Keep in mind if you mix and match RAM with two different speeds, the computer will default to the p35/g33/f31 of the two speeds so dont waste your money on faster RAM if you plan on keeping the old RAM installed.

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Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 @ 2342.74 MHz

Scorpion99 10 I selected the higher data rate PC to, hopefully, find higher quality products. What model of dell computer is this?

You inel want to get faster memory than you currently have installed, but only as fast as your system can use.

PEA can be used for that. Also, Is my selection of memory proper or is there a particular way to choose RAMs? Here’s what you p35/g33//g31 to know to upgrade your RAM: This is assuming you have a 64 bit CPU, but googling shows that most Dell Vostro combination have a core2duo and [ark. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Lawrence – While PAE will allow a bit operating system to use an application to address more then 3GB of memory, the desktop versions of Windows have very specific limitations, and its safe to assume based on the technical ability of the user and the fact its OEM hardware they are not using Linux.

Lastly, Richie is correct about the speed issue.