My Dell Dimension 8100 is equipped with soon-to-be-obsolete RDRAM.
As I will be stuck with this machine for a while yet, I've been shopping for more memory, as prices are falling (about half of what it was a few months ago).
"My Computor" reveals that I've got a P4 CPU rated at 1.3G.
I don't know precisely what chipset this is.
My question is this:
Ebay shows PC600, PC700, PC800, PC1066 varieties, also ECC/non-ECC types.
My understanding is that error-correcting vs. non-error-correcting RAM is not a big issue (though I've been told non-ECC is preferable).
I currently have 384M of PC700 non-ECC RDRAM on-board.
What are my limitations, if any, with regard to the available types of RDRAM I'm finding on Ebay?
Can I run PC800 or PC1066?
Is ECC-non-ECC an issue or not?