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First off... overclocking. I have no idea how to do it or anything about it. Where would be a good place to find out about it. I wont even toy w/ the idea of doin it till I know much much more about it.
Now to the real problem. I have a HP Pavilion ZV6000 (ZV6138 to be exact) model laptop. It has a AMD Athlon 64 3200+ and 512 MB of ram. I want to upgrade to 2 gigs of ram and I know it has 2 ram slots. I have called HP and gotten different answers 3 times. What kinda of ram can I put in my laptop? I have been told DDR2 will work but also taht it wont work. Ive also been told my laptop wont accept more than 1 gig of ram... Im sure thats crap. Any ideas anyone?
Thx for the time, lj.

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I don't know about laptop, but for desktop, you should check what kind of mobo chipest you got, then you will know what kind of RAM and how much it can support.

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Hi cloud 727, this is from Kingston's web site regarding your puter.

512MB (Removable) or
1GB (Removable)

Maximum Memory: 2GB

Expansion: 2 Sockets

CPU & Chip Set: AMD Mobile Sempron 1.8 GHz
AMD Mobile Sempron 1.8 GHz
AMD Athlon 64 2 GHz
AMD Athlon 64 2.2 GHz
Bus Architecture: PC Card; USB
Manufacturer System PN: PN494AV

KTH-ZD7000/256 256MB Module $48.00 In Stock

KTH-ZD7000/512 512MB Module $80.00 In Stock

KTH-ZD7000/1G 1GB Module $208.00 In Stock

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