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To do the perfect RAM upgrade, determine the optimum capacity of RAM to install and then get the right RAM for the motherboard Your first two stops toward these goals are the inside of the case and your motherboard manual Open the case to see how many sticks of RAM you have installed currently and how many free slots you have open Check the motherboard book to determine the total capacity of RAM the system can handle and what specific technology works with your system You can t put DDR SDRAM into a system that can only handle SDR SDRAM, after all, and it won t do you much good to install a pair of 512-MB DIMMs when your system tops out at 784 MB! Figure 35 shows the RAM limits for my Gigabyte motherboard
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The freeware CPU-Z program will tell you the total number of slots on your motherboard, the number of slots used, and the exact type of RAM in each slot very handy CPU-Z not only determines the latency of your RAM, but also lists the latency at a variety of motherboard speeds The CD accompanying this book has a copy of CPU-Z, so check it out!
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Mix and Match at Your Peril
All motherboards can handle different capacities of RAM If you have three slots, you may put a 512-MB stick in one and a 1-GB stick in the other with a high chance of success To ensure maximum stability in a system, however, shoot for as close as you can get to uniformity of RAM Choose RAM sticks that match in technology, capacity, and speed Even on motherboards that offer slots for radically different RAM types, I recommend uniformity
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The motherboard book shows how much RAM that Athlon 64 can handle
3: Installing and Troubleshooting RAM
Mixing Speeds
With so many different DRAM speeds available, you may often find yourself tempted to mix speeds of DRAM in the same system Although in many situations you can get away with mixing speeds on a system, the safest, easiest rule to follow is to use the speed of DRAM specified in the motherboard book, and make sure that every piece of DRAM runs at that speed In a worst-case scenario, mixing DRAM speeds can cause the system to lock up every few seconds or every few minutes You might also get some data corruption Mixing speeds sometimes works fine, but don t do your income tax on a machine with mixed DRAM speeds until the system has proven to be stable for a few days The important thing to note here is that you won t break anything, other than possibly data, by experimenting Okay, I have mentioned enough disclaimers Modern motherboards provide some flexibility regarding RAM speeds and mixing First, you can use RAM that is faster than what the motherboard specifies For example, if the system needs PC3200 DDR2 SDRAM, you may put in PC4200 DDR2 SDRAM and it should work fine Faster DRAM is not going to make the system run any faster, however, so don t look for any system improvement Second, you can sometimes get away with putting one speed of DRAM in one bank and another speed in another bank, as long as all the speeds are as fast or faster than the speed specified by the motherboard Don t bother trying to put different-speed DRAMs in the same bank with a motherboard that uses dual-channel DDR Yes, it works once in a while, but it s too chancy I avoid it
Installing DIMMs and RIMMs
Installing DRAM is so easy that it s one of the very few jobs I recommend to non-techie folks First, attach an anti-static wrist strap or touch some bare metal on the power supply to ground yourself and avoid ESD Then swing the side tabs on the RAM slots down from the upright position Pick up a stick of RAM don t touch those contacts! A good hard push down is usually all you need to ensure a solid connection Make sure that the DIMM snaps into position to show it is completely seated You will also notice that the two side tabs will move in to reflect a tight connection (Figure 36)
Your motherboard should detect and automatically set up any DIMM or RIMM you install, assuming you have the right RAM for the system RAM makers add a handy chip to modern sticks called the serial presence detect (SPD) chip (Figure 37) The SPD stores all the information about your DRAM, including size, speed, ECC or non-ECC, registered or unregistered, and a number of other more technical bits of information
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