Monday, February 04, 2008


Or random access memory. I bought the wrong memory for my PC. Like a dick. I was a bit pissed when I did it, but I didn't bother to check what I already had installed. What I had was incompatible with what I bought. So it's just cost me a fiver to send it back, and I'm still no better off.

It's a bloody minefield finding the memory that will work with your motherboard, unless you want to pay through the nose for someone to fit it for you, which considering it's a pretty simple process, I'm unwilling to do.

I just want things to go a bit faster, without loads of hassle. Is that too much to ask?

1 comment:

a said...

Paul - if you go to the Crucial Memory website they have a RAM checker that will analyse your motherboard and tell you exactly what kind of RAM you need. Then you go to (not Ebay) and buy the sticks of RAM for much cheapness! It's that simple.