On Mon, 4 Nov 2002, sudeepunhale wrote:
> I have a system with 64 mb ram i want to increase it to max
That is "max" because of the chipset. You *can* put more than 64MB of SO-DIMMs
in it, but the TX chipset caches can only address that much memory directly,
anything higher than that gets slower, uncached access (which in reality only
slows accesses down in that part of memory by 10% overall, IIRC).
The bus speed of the SE is slow enough (66MHz) that practically any SO-DIMMs
you can buy today will work just fine- grab some cheap off eBay, should you
still want to increase your machine's speed.
-Kenny, who has a 32MB SODIMM you can have for the price of a SASE to
my Work address
Kenneth R. Crudup Sr. SW Engineer, Scott County Consulting, Los Angeles, CA
Home: 3801 E. Pacific Coast Hwy #9, Long Beach, CA 90804-2014 (888) 454-8181
Work: 2052 Alton Parkway, Irvine, CA 92606-4905 (949) 252-1111 X240