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4gb DDR2 1066 or 8gb DDR2 800

Q: 4gb DDR2 1066 or 8gb DDR2 800

I just realized I have some extra ram laying around. Here is the question. I was wondering if [email protected] with my AMD 9950 Black Edition OC'ed to 3ghz would be better than [email protected] with my CPU stock at 2.6ghz. I play things like WoW and Battlefield: Bad Company 2. Mostly new stuff.

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Preferred Solution: 4gb DDR2 1066 or 8gb DDR2 800

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A: 4gb DDR2 1066 or 8gb DDR2 800

Definitely better off with just 4Gb, and having your CPU OCed than to have 8Gb, and running stock.

The difference probably is minimal anyway.

This is a different scenario if you do alot of photoshopping or RAM intensive stuff, those games won't take up gobs of RAM.

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This is the link of my motherboar....... http://vr-zone.com/articles/xfx-unveiled-intel-g31-based-xg31i-board/6218.html?doc=6218

I want to know whether I can use a DDR3 Graphics card on my DDR2 motherboard and if its certain to work. Please provide detail and whether it'll be compatible.
 

A:Can a DDR3 graphics card run in a DDR2 Motherboard?

The DDR2 slots on the motherboard refer to the desktop RAM sticks. GDDR3 on a graphics card doesn't make any difference, it's the connector (PCI Express 2.0 probably) that slots into the mobo.
 

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I have a HP dv7-1285dx(Windows 7 64bit) laptop that has 6 gb ddr2 ram in it installed factory. I was considering getting maybe ddr3 (2)4GBs sticks to put in. I mostly use my laptop for video watching(twice, youtube) and ofcourse games.

Is it worth the upgrade?

Why all of a sudden does ram seem to be so expensive?

Any help/advice is appreciated.
 

A:Laptop ram ddr2 vs ddr3

If you want upgrade your memory. You will have to stay with DDR2.. Your laptop will not support DDR3.
 

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I got myself a new mainboard that is based on the ATX DDR3 AMD standard. But I also thought that the old NVIDIA Sparkle (GTX260--896MB) that is based on the DDR2 internal memory set still would work since the connector on the card is PCI-express. Does the DDR2 memory (896MB DDR internal graphics memory) stop the communication with the DDR3 mainboard? Its a bit unfear since this was not the case between DDR1 up to DDR2. Why has there come up such a brickwall between DDR2 and DDR3. Or am I wrong?
 

A:DDR2 video card on a DDR3 mainboard?

I think you're confusing system RAM with video RAM, they're separate things. What's the model of your motherbaord? If it has a PCI-E slot your GTX 260 should work.
 

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My current ram is DDR2 so will any DDR2 work?
 

A:If my RAM is DDR2, will any DDR2 work?

Its best to match the speed at which you know your motherboard will operate.

DDR2-533
DDR2-666
DDR2-800
DDR2-1066
Which motherboard (computer model number would suffice) do you have?
 

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My motherboard has 2 X DDR2 slots and 2 X DDR3 slots. I recently bought 2 X 4GB DDR3 sticks to put into my computer. I am currently running 2 X 2GB DDR2 sticks. Are the two RAM types compatible?

When I installed the DDR3 RAM my computer will not turn on. I have yet to try to take out my DDR2 sticks and just use the new DDR3. Will that make a difference?

Thanks.
 

A:DDR2 and DDR3 RAM motherboard capatibility issue

It is likely you can run only one type of RAM at a time. What does your motherboard manual say about this issue?
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/ddr2-and-ddr3-ram-motherboard-capatibility-issue.180688/
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Hey i was surfing the web and found this thread about 'Asus m2n SLI' - black DIMM slots wont insert my DDR2 RAM properly. and i am having the exact problem as this guy. Did anyone ever figure out why the black slots wouldnt take it? Its crazy? lol Any info is appreciated!
 

A:Black DIMM slots on Asus m2n SLI won't take my DDR2 RAM

Let's say we don't know exactly to which thread you are referring. Can you describe your problem in better detail?
 

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I am running XP Pro 32-bit. I want to replace the Video Card. Nothing great or expensive...just a decent one. It for a friend (senior, that is why XP). I just got him a Dell Vostro 200 slim, added a 1TB HD and installed all drivers and XP. Please let me know 3 things:

1. Does ddr2 or ddr3 matter on the video card..is one better to run on XP
2. 64-bit or 32-bit. I assume 64 will run on 32-bit XP
3. Any suggestions on the card or where to buy (PCI Express 2.0X16)
Thanks! Ynot
 

A:Does it matter if you use a DDR3 or DDR2 video card?

The only thing you need to know about buying a single graphics card:

Do I have a large enough power supply for this card?
Do I have the appropriate card slot for this card?
If the card is 2 (or 3) card slots wide do I have room in my case?
What monitor cable connector will I be using?

Everything else may be important for choosing the card you want but not needed to get the card working.

1) Graphics card memory type is irrelevant as far as the operating system is concerned.
2) I'm not sure why you are asking the second question.
3) We need to know what you will be using the card for. (A slim form factor doesn't give much options)
 

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Hello Guys,
I have recently joined this forum just because of some issues which are colliding in my mind..
Actually I want to know that Is DDR2 an excellent memory for automotive and industrial to server, consumer, networking, and computing?
 

A:Is DDR2 excellent memory?

Is there a reason for asking?

You can't just pick and choose the memory type you want. The memory type must match the design called for by the motherboard. DDR3 is the latest memory design and DDR4 will probably be available before long.
 

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Hi,

I'm looking to upgrade replace my current 2x2GB DDR2-667 modules with 2x2GB DDR2-1066 modules in a couple days but I'm wondering if I really need that!

I mainly write software and run linux on virtualbox on that particular machine and so far everything works really well but I'm looking forward to game a little on it as well, after a video card upgrade of course!

So, would I get like a reasonable performance increase with those ddr2-1066 modules or should I just forget about them and keep my current setup?
 

A:DDR2-667 to DDR2-1066 performance?

Does your motherboard support the DDR2-1066?
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/ddr2-667-to-ddr2-1066-performance.173140/
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I'm having problems running my 4gb kit (2 Rams of 2gb) Hyperx ddr2 1066 to advertised speed and timings 5-5-5-15.

This is my Hyperx version KHX8500D2K2/4G.

Before I was able to run it with no problems but now my PC restart itself 3 times and after that it automatically change it to 800 speed with standard timings.

The only way my PC let's me run it on 1066speed and 5-5-5-15 timings all day with no problems is if I let it first run to Window with the 800 speed an then restart it and change the speed and timing in the Bios.

But if I let the PC turned off for 1 hour or more it starts making the same restarting problem as before.
 

A:Can't run HyperX 1066 RAM at advertised speed

Hello. Make sure that you have the latest version of your BIOS. Also try setting your BIOS settings to default. I'm not sure that it will help, but you should try.
 

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Hello,

I have Windows 7 32-bit and 2 x 1GB G.Skill DDR2 1066 modules installed.
- I am thinking of adding one more G.Skill DDR2 stick (1GB).

Does it make sense just to install 3 GB?

Thank you!
TheHighRoad
 

A:DDR2 3 DIMM, 3GB, 32-bit

hey

There's kernal patch for 32 bits to support 4 gigs
 

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A:Another gig of DDR2 or upgrade to DDR3?

Unless you are running a 64bit version of Windows you won't be able to address the full 4 gig of memory. That aside, don't believe it's really worth investing in another motherboard for socket 775 as it is coming to the end of it's life cycle. Might want to consider upgrading a core component like your graphics card that could be carried over to your next system.
 

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A:Difference between DDR, DDR2 and DDR3

There is no reason to post two identical threads.

DDR1 is 184 pin, while DDR2 and DDR3 are both 240 pin, so some motherboards support both DDR2 and DDR3.
If the speed is not supported by the motherboard, it will revert to the highest supported speed.
All RAM will run at the speed of the slowest module. In theory, it should work; I wouldn't count on it.
 

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DVD-Rom Drive : Toshiba-Samsung CDRWDVD TS-H492C
Monitor Type : Tatung V37NCGE - 37 inches
Network Card : Broadcom BCM5751 NetXtreme Gigabit Ethernet PCIe
DirectX : Version 9.0c (May 2010)


I have looked around for 200 and below and found a

HIS H577FK1GD Radeon HD 5770 (Juniper XT) 1GB 128-bit GDDR5 PCI Express 2.0 x16 HDCP Ready CrossFireX Support Video Card w/ Eyefinity

this one is on newegg for 140 but what do you recomend

(and will i be able to play halo reach on low settings)
 

A:Need GPU for semi-old computer with DDR2, considered HD 5770

I'm guessing you have an Optiplex GX620? Your PSU will be the limiting factor here; is it the 305W supply or the 280W one? You can check the sticker located on the PSU itself for confirmation.
 

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A:'Asus m2n SLI' - black DIMM slots wont insert my DDR2 RAM properly

Is it possible that you need to flip the RAM modules 180 degrees? The notch in the insertion end is not in the middle so it will prevent the RAM from seating if you insert it backwards.
 

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A:Is the GeForce GTS250 compatible with a DDR2 board and PCIe slot?

Yes.
Powersupply? Just making sure...
 

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So, this is my problem, I set it in the BIOS to utilize this RAM at 1066 at 7-7-7-20/2.0V according the Corsair's specs, but when I run Memtest I get tens of thousands of errors within a few minutes. Memtest on the other hand is picking it up at 7-5-4-8-32 also, the things I'm setting are the CL-tRCD-tRP-tRAS, I believe those are the right things to set.

Any Idea's here guys?
 

A:Getting my Corsair XMS2 to DDR2-1066

If Memtest is picking up errors, one or both RAM modules would seem to be defective. If they are a matched set, you probably should RMA them both.

By the way, in trying to do some research on your Biostar motherboard, I discovered your CPU was not supported by your motherboard even though it evidently works. I don't know if this is in any way related to your problem. See this CPU support list: Biostar.
 

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Hi all,

I currently have 3Gb of DDR2 memory, in 2 slots (1x 1GB, 1x 2GB) - however i wanted to increase this to 4GB or even 6GB. Basically i was wondering if the following factors would affect my choice:

1-Is there a limit of how much RAM i can have in my motherboard?
2-Can i cross between DDR3 and DDR2 memory in the two slots, or do i have to keep the same type in each? - (and also, whats the difference between the two)

Thank You
 

A:Can I use DDR2 and DDR3 RAM together?

If your motherboard currently supports DDR2, then you can only add DDR2. They're not slot compatible.

Which motherboard do you have? Most modern motherboards should support 4 to 8GB of RAM.
 

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last question i have before iv finished me comp.
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A:Will a DDR2 GPU run on an DDR3 motherboard?

Nvm, i found out im asking stupid questions
 

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A:DDR2 RAM voltage and OC

Hi wert56boom
if you are OC'ing via an FSB push, the weak link can be any component or chipset. the fact that you have mis-matched ram modules could be a likely suspect. is you are at 2.1 now...I would stop just shy of guaranteeing you that 2.3 will not give you stability, and probably burn up your ram. A few of the high performance brands have an overvolt guarantee up to 2.1v Take what it will give you @ 1.9v and call it good unless you are prepared to replace it.
I would try removing the lone Transcend module and see if that yields better results. you will lose 1 Gb fd ram, but gain dual channel until you get different memory. and it will let you know if the mixed modules are the limiting factor. The 880-890 Mhz you are referring to is the effective DDR rating 2x400Mhz = 800Mhz DDR2
 

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I'm just wondering what an ideal DDR2 RAM timing setting would be with my computer. Currently I'm running them at 4-4-4-12.

Thanks, Alex.
 

A:DDR2 RAM timings?

just go with what it says on the sticker; use the corresponding voltage too. if the modules don't have stickers just use the by SPD option or Auto setting in BIOS. there is no ideal settings, memory kits differ by brand and speed.
 

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Hi all

I am building my new computer soon and i am juggling between going with 4GB of DDR2-1066 ram or DDR2-800.

My question is this. Is DDR2-1066 worth paying extra for? How much of a performance gain is there?

Either way, i will be going with 4GB of Corsair XMS2 memory.

Thanks, Nissanman
 

A:DDR2-800 vs DDR2-1066

Actually selecting between 800 and 1066 RAM in the same brand doesn't present to terrible price penalty.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231226

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231219

For 5 bucks more I'd go with the DDR2 1066. That's whether I could tell the difference or not.

Truth is, DDR2 10666 generally runs @ 2.0 volts or better, if you set the BIOS @ 1.8 (the generic DDR2 voltage), it's liable to default to 800Mhz anyway.
 

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800 memory clock
DDR2!

And the normal hd4650 hes only
600 core clock
and 400 memory clok
ddr2

how it could be?
 

A:His hd4650 ddr2 vs hd4650 ddr2

usually the memory clock differs if the system uses different module i.e. DDR2 vs GDDR2.
 

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A:Running RAM @ 1066 on ASUS M4N78

Will your wife really notice, or care. It runs fast enough for most everything, as it is.
 

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But i heard that the max for DDR1 is 512 MB? Will i be able to use this card? or will it just cut the cards capabilitys basicly in 1/2? I am also useing Windows Xp, please if you can help me
Plz and ty
 

A:DDR1-DDR2 Video Card Question

Welcome.

There are no DDR graphics cards made anymore-not since about 2000-2001.
If your AGP slot is x4 or x8 you will be fine with the card if it's within your budget- the only compatibility problem you would run into is if your AGP slot is generation 1 ( i.e AGP 1x or AGP 2x) as these use 3.3volt signalling. Your computer would most likely have to be 1998 vintage for it to have that.
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A:DDR1 and DDR2

http://www.asrock.com/MB/overview.asp?Model=4CoreDual-VSTA




2 x DDR2 DIMM slots
- Supports DDRII667/533 non-ECC, un-buffered memory

2 x DDR DIMM slots

DDRII and DDR are supported separatelyClick to expand...

ie Just use 2 DDR2 Dimm cards only

edit

DDRII and DDR2 are the same thing
 

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A:Corsair ddr2 dominator 1066mhz won't work at the posted specs on my asus m3a79-t

what happens if you set the timings to auto? it all depends on the motherboard really... and since you were using ddr2 800 before, i would set the timings to auto and see what each module reads using CPU-Z. also, have you tried just setting it to 1065... just for kicks?
 

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sorry for my englesh.
 

A:DDR2 RAM on an old motherboard

I happen to have that motherboard in one of my PCs and it is not compatible with DDR2 RAM. DDR2 is not backward compatible with DDR RAM. For one thing the notch is in a different position so you can't physically put in in the slot.
 

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Should I be going to a MB with DDR3 that can match the CPU 1:1 is the speed/divider penalty not that terrible as it is now?

Thanks for any info.
 

A:Q9550 and DDR2 PC26400 - Big Speed Penalty?

You don't need to get a DDR3 capable motherboard. Just let the motherboard set the RAM timings and speed. I don't think that you'll get a big performance hit.
 

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Am I better off going with the 4 GB of the the older RAM or 2 GB of the newer DDR3?
 

A:4 GB DDR2 800 MHz or 2 GB DDR3 1066 MHz?

Hey Mose,
you will not notice a performance difference between DDR2 and DDR3 for the purposes you stated, so 4 gb of the DDR2 make sense. and if you are going to upgrade in three years then you will undoubtedly be building or buying a new system anyway, so the DDR3 you would purchase now would have no place in an upgrade three years from now anyway.
 

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Any opinions would be appreciated, especially from anyone who has actually tried that sort of jump.

Thanks.
 

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Remove your CMOS battery. Wait an hour, then reinstall your BIOS.
If that doesn't work, your board needs work.
 

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A:DDR2 vs DDR3

Yes the DDR2 modules and the DDR3 modules both have 240 pins. The keyways are in different locations so you can only install DDR3 modules in a DDR3 motherboard. DDR's highest speed is 400MHz. DDR2's highest speed is 800MHz. DDR3 highest speed is 1000MHz
 

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thanks,
 

A:PC 3200 DDR2 RAM compatibility

here these should work just find for you. yea its faster ram but it will use the 3200 speed of the laptop
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820146517
 

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Didn't see BSoD section, can an admin or moderator move it please?
 

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thanks
 

A:New 4GB-1066 RAM, random crashes. Help?

Download the Memtest ISO, burn it to a disc, boot from it and allow it to run overnight - completing multiple passes. If you get ANY errors (even 1) replace that RAM.
 

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A:DDR2 speed

Possibly. Try this tool to get even more info: http://www.wintotal.de/server/system/everesthome220.zip

By the way what computer Make and model are we talking here?
But just check the above first
You can attach the report if you like (note I say attach, not paste)
 

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probably not. It may not support ram that high, but its possible that since its 667 it may also support ddr2 800. You may just have to increase the voltages a tad bit on the new ram through the bios
 

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might of found the problem:
http://forums.overclockers.co.uk/showthread.php?p=12289158
 

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A:Has anyone pushed DDR2 to 1333 or comes 1333 stock?

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A:E6850 & Optimal DDR2 Memory w/975X Chipset

First of all, nice board

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A:Bets 4GB of DDR2

IMO 2 sets of dual channel (2x 1gig in a dual channel, 2x 1gig in another.) sounds better than 1 set of dual channel (2x 2gig). So yeah 4 x 1gig sounds good.
 

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A:Ok to put DDR2-800 memory on a DDR2-400 mobo?

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I just combined 333 and 266 rated memory in a laptop that's spec'd at 266 - it flies with no issues.

I think you'll have no problems.

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And while were at it, newegg.com advertises this http://www.newegg.com/product/product.asp?item=N82E16820134583
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From the newegg comments:




I feel as like I should clear up the confusion about this memory. This ram is programed to default to DDR2-667 at 1.8volts instead of the DDR2-800 at 2volts. This is because most motherboards default to 1.8v, and it would suck if you were trying to build a new computer and you couldn't boot because your memory only ran at 2v. That's why kingston made it so you can run it at 1.8v(although at a slower speed) and change it to 2v later. YOU NEED TO MANUALLY SET THE VOLTAGE TO 2VOLTS AND SPEED TO DDR2 800 @ 4-4-4-12 IN THE BIOS. If you don't do this then you are wasting good memory. If you don't believe me then read the data sheet here: http://www.valueram.com/datasheets/KHX6400D2LLK2_2G.pdfClick to expand...

So that makes sense...


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A:NVIDIA GeForce 6200 256mb ram 64bit ddr2 graphics card 8X AGP slot

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I think the nVidia Mainboards are great!

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Four. You definitely notice a 100% difference in amount over 25% in memory speed - which isn't really noticeable anyway.

That mainboard uses normal DDR2 memory.
 

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A:Geforce2 mx/mx 400 vs Radeon X1300pro DDR2

hello,
first i would like to say both thoese card have been out for quite a while i would recreremend just up upgrading ur mother board and graphics card but if ur like me kinda short on caash = ) then thats out of the question anyways ill answer some of your questions if your system can handle it?
yes any system can handle a new videocard just depends on your motherboards compatibility also do you know what the wattage is on your power supply (incase if you dont know a powersupply is the box were u plug u power cable to at the back of your computer.

second question :Will I notice any significant graphics/speed difference if I were to upgrade, assuming my system only has an AGP4X compatible slot? What if it has an 8X slot? yes you will notice a difrence because the x1300 pro is a newer card then the Geforce 2.

What's the approximate value of a used Radeon card?
i would personaly say $50 CAN or roughly $40 US (still cant belive things arent cheaper in canada even with the CAN dollar being higher then the US)

In your opinion, is it worth it to upgrade?
i would personaly say it would be worth the upgrade only if you use ur computer for casual gaming and surfing the web.
by the way could you post ur computers spec's so then i can tell u if it is truely worth the upgrade
 

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Graphics Chipset RADEON X300 Series

Bus TypeCI Express
Current Bus SettingCI Express

Memory Size 128 MB
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OR

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se attached screen shots.
 

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A:Will SDRAM work on a DDR2 Plug?

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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820145590

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Just want to give a heads up, this caused many BSODs for me.

Phenique
 

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No-more is not always better. Since time is of the essence:
256MB dedicated ram (no hyper-memory or turbo trash crap)
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1. I can't very well use DDR2 or can I/should I?

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Again dont make and major dessicions baced on my responce because for all I know everything I've just said is completely wrong.

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Hello and welcome to Techspot.

It`s not considered to be a good idea to mix ram speeds, as it can cause stability issues on some systems. However, there`s nothing to stop you from trying. Please be aware that the faster ram will automatically be downclocked to the speed of the slower ram.

Regards Howard :wave: :wave:
 

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A:can we split ddr2 memory to be use better in some programs>?

AngelOfLighT said:



can we split ddr2 memory to be use better in some programs>?

and what it is virtual memory, and what is for, and to have better virtual memory what to do?Click to expand...

Hi there. I'm not quite sure what you are asking in your first question.

Virtual memory is exactly that, its not actual RAM memory (DDR & DDR2 etc) it is a section of your harddisk that your OS will use as make-shift memory when you have insufficient RAM memory. This in turn means that it is slower and doesn't perform as well as normal memory, due to your harddisk being much slower write/read than RAM memory.

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A:ddr and ddr2?

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A:Motherboard in Seach of DDR3 + DDR2

hi there.

anyone knows of a motherboard that supports both DDR2 & DDR3 memory????
would be gratefull for any advice,

thanx
 

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A:Ddr2

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DDR2 is faster.
 

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A:pc 10000 ddr2

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From:
http://www.asrock.com/mb/overview.asp?Model=775Dual-915GL&s=775

Memory
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Thanks a lot!!!

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Ralphmex.
 

A:Using DDR and DDR2 Memories simultaneously

Ralphmex said:



... if there is a real risk on doing this?Click to expand...

The risk is it simply won't work.
If I remember correctly, all motherboards that support both DDR and DDR2 will only work when using one or the other -- never both.
Asus emphasizes the warning not to use both types of memory simultaneously because it simply will not work. It is never recommended to mix different speeds of memory for any given system, so the possibility of mixing two generations of DDR-RAM (and for it to work) would be highly unlikely.

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If you want a memory upgrade, chances are you'll have to remove your current 2x512MB of DDR memory. After that, I would recommend getting 2x1GB DDR2 modules, a superb upgrade from what you currently have (both in terms of speed and amount).
 

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A:DDR2 Memory -- faster = better?

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A:ddr2 memory

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I can get 2x 1GB 800MHz on special in my country {Patriot}.

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DDR2 800 modules are backwards compatible with slower motherboards. the ram will work, but it will run at the slower DDR2 667 spec. you would, however be paying a higher price for the DDR2 800 modules than you would for DDR2 667. your motherboard will run two DDR2 sticks in dual-channel mode, provided that they are installed in accordance with the manual's specifications for dual-channel operation.
 

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A:Will DDR 400 RAM work in a DDR2 800 standard motherboard?

Welcome to Techspot!

It won't work @ all, because DDR400 RAM has 184 pins, and DDR2 RAM has 240 pins, and uses less voltage than DDR.

Regards
 

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A:RAM voltages for DDR2-800

If memtest runs fin then raising the memory voltage shouldn't change anything. If you want to be sure, look for the specifications of your memory modules & see what voltage they're supposed to be running on.
 

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I think that means i should oc the cpu and ram to be

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A:OC E6600, Asus P5B, Patriot ddr2-1067

the core2's o/c great, but i doubt your memory will be able to keep up. increase the FSB clock in small increments, verifying that the system is fully functional after each increase. before long, you will get to a point where the system crashes upon boot or will not POST. you may need to reset the BIOS, so make sure you know how to do that and that you write down your settings. once this happens, revert to the last clock speed that worked. run memtest to ensure that the system is really functioning properly.

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I heard about the dual channel memory benefit of accessing in full 128 bit mode when the RAM are installed in pairs.

So my question is if I upgrade to the above configuration, would that wipe out the benefit of 128 bit access?

Thanks very much.
 

A:Question on DDR2 Memory

Yes it would. Get 2GB in a 1GBx2 configuration i.e. one 1GB stick in each slot and it will enable u to use dual-channel mode for increased performance.
 

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A:Sempron 2800+ AM2 TakeMs DDR2/667mhz

Post those in the TS gallery. That's what it's for.
 

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Hello... my notebook uses this samsung memory, and there is a label on it that says: 512MB 2Rx16 PC2 3200S-333-12-A3.

I would like to upgrade my notebook to 1GB of RAM but I'm not sure what types of memories are compatible with this one.... it would be great if you guy could tell me what those numbers represent.

Thanks...
 

A:Notebook with Samsung DDR2

what does DDR2 represent?
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/notebook-with-samsung-ddr2.60094/