High Density on older motherboard.

Kilobyte Kid

High Density on older motherboard.

Hello all,i was wondering since i'm i noob and don't know much about PCs,is my PC compatible with High Density RAMs? My motherboard is P41-ES3G (Socket 775).Currently using 2x2 GB but i want to upgrade to 2x4 GB.Thanks

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Re: High Density on older motherboard.

Thanks for contacting us today. Your system uses DDR2 RAM and does allow you to upgrade to 8GB of RAM, but DDR2 4GB modules are fairly expensive. It may not be worth it for this older computer.  The part number you would need can be found here.  This memory is low density. I don't show that we manufacture a high density RAM for your system. Please let me know if you have any other questions or concerns. 

 

 

YogiH, Crucial Moderator, US


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Kilobyte Kid

Re: High Density on older motherboard.

Thanks for your answer.My question is does anyone know if my motherboard is compatible with a high density ram? Is there anyway to find out or anyone who knows?

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Re: High Density on older motherboard.

Hello kekso, 

Thank you for your reply.  We don't sell high density memory that is compatible with that motherboard.  You may want to contact the manufacturer if you want to look in to it further.  If you have any other questions, please don't hesitate to ask. 

Crucial_Junket, Crucial Moderator, UK


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