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Although it’s pretty easy to determine how much RAM you have in a PC or Mac, it can be pretty helpful to know how much total memory your machine supports as well as the specs for the type of memory you need. Crucial’s System Scanner is […]

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Although it’s pretty easy to determine how much RAM you have in a PC or Mac, it can be pretty helpful to know how much total memory your machine supports as well as the specs for the type of memory you need. Crucial’s System Scanner is a quick and dirty free tool that has only been around for Windows up to now. Mac owners can grab the 550 Kb application direct from Crucial.Of course, Crucial is a major memory vendor, so along with your results, you’ll find easy-to-purchase compatible memory sets but that’s a small price to pay for a little data. I’ve never used this freeware on any of my UMPC memory upgrades in the past, but I gather it could have come in handy. As you can see above, I’ve already topped out the memory in my MacBook Pro.(via Ars Technica)

  1. FWIW: I have bought literally hundreds of sticks from Crucial and have never gotten a single bad one.

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  2. Shirley A Davidson Tuesday, October 28, 2008

    I have a IBM Thinkpad T41 pentium m looking for a 512 DDR PC 2700 for your Crucial that can be ran on the desk which one would I get and the cost please.
    Shirley A Davidson
    16321 Lorain Avenue
    Apt. 212
    Cleveland Ohio 44111
    (216) 385.2104
    shirleen_davidson@yahoo.com

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