dr_st wrote on 2020-10-22, 12:11:
Those posts you're replying to are from almost 2 years ago. Must be fun beating a dead horse, eh? :lol: […]
Tetrium wrote on 2020-10-22, 11:49:
While your advice is generally speaking correct, you cannot deny the interest in wanting to max out any particular system, which imo is a scenario within reality.
Having said that, I too have looked into getting larger sized DDR2 modules and these seemed harder to find in larger sizes.
Tetrium wrote on 2020-10-22, 12:05:
Those articles are not about RAM and the experience you claim of this knowledge to be generic and publicly widely accepted as fact is untrue.
Those posts you're replying to are from almost 2 years ago. Must be fun beating a dead horse, eh? 🤣
What I learned from this thread is that it's much easier to get 4GB DDR2 desktop RAM that works with AMD chipsets, than with Intel chipsets.
4GB DDR2 laptop sticks are much easier to find, albeit expensive.
Fair enough, but it's barely older than 1 1/2 years btw and one of those that you mention is an old reply, is in fact from today.
I don't get your fun beating a dead horse reply though, since I had simply overlooked and it's in no way some kind of hobby of mine 😜
I kinda skipped the DDR2 altogether, so I don't know about the details of the motherboards that used them. I am however fairly sure that very few (if any) used DDR2 laptop sticks which is somewhat irrelevant to OP's original question.