There comes a time when a person wants to upgrade his computer. One of the most basic things to look into when wanting to give your computer that extra boost is memory... an lots of it! Problem is, how do you know how much memory your computer will take, what brands?... The truth is there are so many varying memory options to choose from and you can't just go out and buy whatever you like and think it will work right. Save yourself some time and money and ask someone who knows about these things. Trust me. Now then, for those who are no stranger in upgrading their computers and/or confident and set on doing the upgrades yourself, you may wonder how do find out which memory to use? One of the best methods is to look up your motherboard specs... there you will find how what memory is supported. Another method is to use a memory configurator available online. It does not neccessarily mean you have to buy from the site who supplied the configurator... it simply gives you suggestions from their available products.
Below are two links which will direct you to their respective configurator page, just follow the instructions and I hope you will be able to find the right memory for your computer: