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Old 09-13-2006, 03:12 PM   #1 (permalink)
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How do you find out what ram you have currently in the PC? I need to know what ram since im about to install a new mobo. Also i know that socket 754 cpu's are getin old but im only tryin to get out my celeron and dont want to spend more than 100 buks on a cpu. My athlon 64 3400 newcaslte is good anyway from a celeron. I need a motherboard recommendation for a great mobo that wont mess up from age, and also has a bang for the buck. Here are my requirements:

Socket 754
DDR DIMM 184 pin ram ( dont know if theres more to it )
agp slot ( not plannin on changin to pci just yet, my video card is fine for now)

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use cpuz or everest home edition .. cpuz is easyer and way less complicatied ...

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