first thing you should do is read the system specs that came with your system.
This will give you the maximum memory that it can handle and the number of
upgradeable sockets available. To determine the largest size of module you can
use, simply divide the maximum memory by the number of sockets. For instance, a
system with 1GB (1024MB) maximum RAM and 4 slots, the highest capacity that can
be installed per socket is 256MB. However, there are some cases when this scheme
does not always apply. In our
example, a 512MB may be recognized by the system and you can max out the memory
by populating just two slots. The
two remaining slots may be disabled.
systems already come with a minimum standard memory installed when you first buy
your machine. In order to reach the maximum memory, you may be required to take
out the existing modules and replace them with higher capacity ones. Some other
systems may require a BIOS upgrade to allow for higher memory capacity.
These upgrades are often available on-line under the support website of
the systemís manufacturer.
Kahlon provides memory upgrade options for most systems
available in the market. Check our Memory
Configurator for the right memory configuration applicable to