On Tue, 2008-04-01 at 01:53 -0500, Dale wrote:
> W.Kenworthy wrote:
> > bunyip ~ # esearch lshw
> > [ Results for search key : lshw ]
> > [ Applications found : 1 ]
> > * sys-apps/lshw
> > Latest version available: 02.11.01b
> > Latest version installed: 02.11.01b
> > Size of downloaded files: [no/bad digest]
> > Homepage: http://ezix.org/project/wiki/HardwareLiSter
> > Description: Hardware Lister
> > License: GPL-2
> I tried that on mine to but didn't post it because it may not help
> much. This is the only thing that I see that may help with the
> frequency of the memory:
> description: CPU
> product: AMD Athlon(tm) XP 2500+
> vendor: Advanced Micro Devices [AMD]
> physical id: 4
> bus info: cpu@0
> version: 6.10.0
> slot: Socket A
> size: 1833MHz
> capacity: 3GHz
> width: 32 bits
> *clock: 166MHz*
> capabilities: fpu fpu_exception wp vme de pse tsc msr pae mce
> cx8 apic sep mtrr pge mca cmov pat pse36 mmx fxsr sse syscall mmxext
> 3dnowext 3dnow ts
> Since it says the clock is 166MHz then the memory should be the same.
> Only thing is, my memory has to be 333MHz not 166Mhz. Basically,
> depending on a few things, that info may not help much unless he has a
> idea what it takes.
> My advice, find out the model of the computer if it is factory built or
> the model of the mobo if it is custom built, then go to crucial.com or
> something and look it up that way. Once you get the info, you can look
> it up at whatever site you choose.
> Also, if you have windoze on the rig, some memory sites can look it up
> for you too. I'm not sure how they do that tho. I guess they can scan
> something on the mobo. I dunno. No windoze here.
> Hope that helps.
> :-) :-) :-)
Thats the cpu - try looking at the existing memory which is what he
wants to know.
description: DIMM DDR Synchronous 400 MHz (2.5 ns)
physical id: 1
width: 64 bits
clock: 400MHz (2.5ns)
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