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.

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.

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

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