liteonrules wrote:i have 768sdram on it now ON WINDOWS ME
The board supports both sdr and ddr and i KNOW that you can not have both on it
Of course u cannot use both SDR and DDR at the same time ( i had not well read ur first post ) . Most bottleneck in a PC are due to CPU speed or memory quantities and speed . With 512 MO DDR you have enough memory , For software like games or multimedia software , it is good to have the fastest speed . Unless u are making a lot of multitasking with non multimedia software like word , adobe acrobat , excel , ( in this case u could need more than 512 MO depending on what u do ) you 'll have a small enhancement of your computer speed .
Definitely if you have enough memory for your software ( and with 512 i think you have ) and have at least a CPU like Athlon XP 1600 ( or something like that ) u'll enjoy an speed improvement between 10 and 15 per cent ( Most likely 15 per cent , all cpu/motherboards testers says it ) . Even with low quality a motherboard that can use both SDR and DDR you should expect an improvement .
It'll not be a stunning improvement indeed .