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COMPAQ 100B RAM UPGRADE- 8GB MAX; 2 X 4GB STICKS OR 1 X 8GB STICK?

HP COMPAQ 100B SMALL FORM FACT
Microsoft Windows 7 (64-bit)

THE MANUAL SAYS THAT THE MAX SUPPORTED MEMORY IS 8GB... BUT IT DOESN'T SAY IF IT'S 4GB PER SLOT (2 SLOTS) OR IF I CAN PUT I 8GB STICK IN 1 SLOT. I'D PREFER 1 8GB STICK IF IT WILL WORK. ANYONE HAVE EXPERIENCE WITH THIS?

 

 

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COMPAQ 100B RAM UPGRADE- 8GB MAX; 2 X 4GB STICKS OR 1 X 8GB STICK?

I FOUND IT IN THE MANUAL...
 
 
"The memory sockets on the system board can be populated with up to 4 GB
industry standard DIMMs.
These memory sockets are populated with at least one preinstalled DIMM.
You can populate the system board with up to either 4 GB per DIMM, for a total of 8GB maximum memory"
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COMPAQ 100B RAM UPGRADE- 8GB MAX; 2 X 4GB STICKS OR 1 X 8GB STICK?

It's best to run 2 x 4G sticks anyway. It's dual-channel memory and performs best when using matched pairs of RAM. You can buy memory 'kits' that come with factory matched pairs of memory. :generic:

 

 

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