How can I tell what memory controller chipset I have?\n\nI'm thinking about adding some memory to my system. It's an ASUS M3A and\nit's currently got 2 GB of memory.\n\nI was looking in the M3A Motherboard User Guide and it says:\n\n======================================================================\nIf you install Windows 32-bit version operating system, we recommend\nthat you install less than 3GB of total memory. If more than 3GB memory\nis required for your system, then below two conditions must be met: 1.\nThe memory controller which supports memory swap functionality is used.\nChipsets later than Intel 975X, 955X, Nvidia NF4 SLI Intel Edition,\nNvidia NF4 SLI X16, and AMD K8 CPU architecture support memory swap\nfunction.\n=======================================================================\n\nI have an AMD processor - Phenom 9350e Quad Core, 2000 MHz - but I have\nno idea whether my memory controller supports memory swap functionality.\n\nI have an old version of Everest Home Edition (Version 2.20.405) and I\ndon't see anything in there that mentions the memory controller chipset.\nIt's not mentioned under Memory and the Chipset tab shows nothing at\nall. Do I need a different program to tell me this? If so, what\nprogram(s) will do this, with a strong preference for FREE programs.\n\nI'm running Windows XP SP3 32 bit.