Yes, this is an old computer.
It's a Dell, and they say that 512MB is the max you can have. Well, that's
what I have and quite frankly it's just not enough. I know that sometimes
what a manufacturer says is the limit is not really the technical limit.
I found some info here:
This website states " Intel 820 chipset-based personal computers incorporate
the latest high performance RDRAM memory technology. Two RIMM sockets are
available to support 512 MB of total system memory and up to 1 GB of total
system memory as 256 Mbit RDRAM technology becomes available."
So what I'm wondering is this - Can each RIMM socket support 1GB or is 512MB
the most per socket? The way this is written is a little unclear.