N/APosted on - 08/14/2011
I'm sorry master I am a newbie. My computer has an old Processor AMD Sempron 1.5GHz. Nvidia MX 128 VGA. RAM DDR 512. I want to buy a 2GB RAM whose name PC10600 2GB DDR DIMM
Well my first question . If I can use upgrade my VGA DDR continued use of DDR2?
The second questions it can I upgrade my RAM? What is meant PC10600?
Upgrade RAM DDR 512 to DDR PC10600
Upon checking to your computer specifications, you are using a AGP video card and DDR memory. Yes, it is possible to upgrade your memory and video card as long as it is compatible with your current motherboard.
Please see below the details:
1. VGA DDR upgraded to DDR2?
Yes, it is possible to upgrade your VGA card as long as it is compatible with your computer and it should be AGP video card.
2. Upgrade RAM?
Yes, you can upgrade your RAM or memory and please take note that your motherboard will only recognized RAM DDR not
DDR2 memory card. And you must know the specific kind and type of memory that is compatible to your computer.
Example: 512 DDR RAM PC2700 – DDR is the kind of memory and PC2700 is the type of bandwidth limit to your computer.
1 DDR RAM PC2700 or 2 DDR RAM PC2700 (this is compatible with your memory indicated at example above).