Can too much memory damage your pc

Hello,
Title says it all
7 answers Last reply
More about memory damage
  1. hi, you can only fit what it says on the motherboard, so you will never put exessive memory
  2. kilo973 said:
    hi, you can only fit what it says on the motherboard, so you will never put exessive memory

    Hi
    Nothing on my motherboard says anything about memory
    Label on motherboard says it is foxconn 945G7MC-KS2H
    I cant find any info on this
    Crucial memory scanner id it as 945G7MC-KRS2H max 4GB
    So installed 2x2GB but have lost video output
    So if it may only support 2GB max if this is the case will having installed 4GB cause any damage?

    Thanks
  3. hii TH, this link http://www.foxconnchannel.com/ProductDetail.aspx?T=motherboard&U=en-us0000294 is the spec of you board, you can have up to 4 gb but make sure yo have the right one insatlled Dual channel DDR2 400/533/667 x 2 DIMMs, Max 4GB
  4. kilo973 said:
    hii TH, this link http://www.foxconnchannel.com/ProductDetail.aspx?T=motherboard&U=en-us0000294 is the spec of you board, you can have up to 4 gb but make sure yo have the right one insatlled Dual channel DDR2 400/533/667 x 2 DIMMs, Max 4GB


    Hi
    That is a KS2HV mines has no V
    one of the foxconn sites says the only way to identify reliably is the label on MB
  5. darkbooton said:


    I have Googled 945G7MC-KS2H which is what MB label says it is
    nothing of any relevance I havee emailed Foxconn but not holding my breath
  6. Short answer, yes. The more power required to run your ram the more strain it puts on the ram controller. Do ram controllers fail sometimes? You bet they do.
Ask a new question

Read More

Chipsets Memory Motherboards