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Will DDR3 1666 slot work with older DDR3 1333 mem stick? (laptop)

Q: Will DDR3 1666 slot work with older DDR3 1333 mem stick? (laptop)

Hello my old laptop Acer aspire 7551g had 4gb DDR3 1333.

The new one is Lenovo G500s with DDR3 1single 1666 so i have one slot left.

So DDR3 1333 + DDR3 1666 will work or not?

The goal is to have 8gb ram so i can cheak if Watch Dogs still lag when driving (i know one stupid game not worth it?)

What i want to know is is it safe to try?

So thank you for answears.

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A: Will DDR3 1666 slot work with older DDR3 1333 mem stick? (laptop)

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I wanted to upgrade my RAM with a 4GB stick running instead of old 2 GB DDR3 stick

bought a new ram for my Gigabyte GA-G41M-Combo motherboard, when i plug my 4gb ram the pc doesnt boot
This 4GB DDR3 RAM Kingston Technology Company - Kingston Memory Search - Search Results for: KVR13N9S8/4

It says in my motherboard specifications on Gigabyte's website tht my motherboard "Support for DDR3 1333(O.C.)/1066/800 MHz memory modules"

how am i supposed to make this RAM work on my motherboard

Please Help Me

A:how to make DDR3-1333 DDR3 4 GB work on my Gigabyte G41-M Combo mobo?

I'm afraid that RAM is not supported, I downloaded the Memory Support List from: (and attached)

GIGABYTE - Motherboard - Socket 775 - GA-G41M-Combo (rev. 2.0)

Also, you are better off getting 2 sticks, since:
Your motherboard:

Features Dual channel memory architecture, best to use two sticks to take advantage of the Dual channel, should be identical RAM sticks.
Multi-channel memory architecture - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
That motherboard supports very few 4 gig sticks at all and fact you have to overclock to handle 1333, I would just buy one step lower: 2 * 2 gig 1066 sticks.

http://www.sevenforums.com/hardware-devices/296204-how-make-ddr3-1333-ddr3-4-gb-work-my-gigabyte-g41-m-combo-mobo.html
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Will this ram : see the link
Transcend DDR3-1333 DDR3 4 GB PC RAM (JM1333KLN-4G)

will work on my mothrboard? Gigabyte G41-Combo Rev 1.3 with 2.80 Ghz Core2Duo Processor?
Please help me.

A:Is DDR3-1333 DDR3 4 GB will work on my G41 Combo?

  
Quote: Originally Posted by mastertushar


Will this ram : see the link
Transcend DDR3-1333 DDR3 4 GB PC RAM (JM1333KLN-4G)

will work on my mothrboard? Gigabyte G41-Combo Rev 1.3 with 2.80 Ghz Core2Duo Processor?
Please help me.


Is that a G41M-Combo Rev 1.3?

If so, it supports both DDR2 and DDR3.

But you cannot mix DDR2 and DDR3. All RAM must be one or the other.

The specific RAM you mentioned is not listed on the qualified RAM list, but that doesn't mean it won't work.

From the Gigabyte web site for the G41M-Combo Rev 3:

DDR3:

2 x 1.5V DDR3 DIMM sockets supporting up to 8 GB of system memory (Note 1)
Dual channel memory architecture
Support for DDR3 1333(O.C.)/1066/800 MHz memory modules

DDR2:

2 x 1.8V DDR2 DIMM sockets supporting up to 8 GB of system memory (Note 1)
Dual channel memory architecture
Support for DDR2 1066(O.C.)/800/667 MHz memory modules

(Note: Mixed mode, populating DDR2 and DDR3 memory modules simulta- neously is not supported. Go to GIGABYTE's website for the latest supported memory speeds and memory modules.)

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A:4 GB of DDR3 1600 or 6GB of DDR3 1333?

It depends what your doing with it. If your not doing anything memory intensive then probably hardly any, 4GB is about the sweet spot with Win 7, and the access speed on that RAM is quicker

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Page 13 lists RAM info, I have the MT model with the i-5 2400 CPU in it..

http://clascsg.uconn.edu/download/specs/O990.pdf
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/can-i-only-use-ddr3-1333.1158123/
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thanks

A:will ddr3 1600 run better then 1333

  
Quote: Originally Posted by Monster212


ok right now i have 6GB of DDR3 PC3-10600/ 1333 but i am thinking of going to DDR3 PC3 12800 1600, will i noticed a difference or will it be so small its not worth upgrading.????

thanks


Hi there,
You already asked here:
DDR3 PC3 12800 or DDR3 PC3-10600

But looks if you do so, it will overclock slightly your Ram.

http://www.sevenforums.com/general-discussion/256450-will-ddr3-1600-run-better-then-1333-a.html
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putting together an mobo handling 8GB ddr3 1333 & using max ram 8GB, duo core 2 E8400 3.0GHz 64bit chip, and installing win7 HPrem 64bit. was wondering about how large of a power supply unit i should be considering?

Sometimes all of the ram will prob be used w/ vid editing and other times just regular 2-3 applications open.

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A:PS unit ~ how many watts for 8GB ddr3 1333 ?

Hiyya and welcome firejolt. Mate the CPU and RAM are fairly small drains on your system you need to look at hard drives GPU's Opto drives and there are some fairly good calculating tools out there - just enter in what you have and they will do a rough calc for you.

Bear in mind when you look at PSU's the quoted watts are not what you should be looking at on the side of any PSU there is a quote fr the 12v rail/s those are the figures that are important.

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A:Solved: My New DDR3 1333 (PC3 10666)Ram is not as fast as it should be. + More.

It's supposed to run at 667 MHz. DDR RAM. Double Data Rate Random Access Memory. Active twice a cycle. The effective frequency is double the actual frequency.
IMO, you really intentionally bought troubles for no reason. DDR3 RAM does NOT give any performance increase for anything below i7 CPUs, is hard to confirm compatible before buying, and you bought a low-end motherboard anyways, just... Eh.

The graphics card idles at lower frequency than the advertised one to save power, run something that uses the card, for example a game (not the best choice), or Furmark stability test, it will get to the 750/870 or whatever it's supposed to be.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/solved-my-new-ddr3-1333-pc3-10666-ram-is-not-as-fast-as-it-should-be-more.856444/
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A:New kingston DDR3 1333 running at only 800 bus speed..

Load bios defaults and try again? Its just ram, your system wont be faster because of it running at 667 vs 400mhz, it will be faster because it has more memory installed.

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I'd go with what Crucial and Kingston recommends for your specific system model.  

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Hi: Most likely the DDR3 memory either won't work, or you will get a BIOS message reporting you are using the wrong voltage memory and to replace it with the right memory. I don't think you will wreck the PC, but can't say for sure. But I can tell you, it isn't a good idea.

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If it's 1333mhz, then that's as fast as it will run. 1600mhzetc will only run @ 1333mhz with your board.

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solution / fix
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A:Asrock h61-vg4 (ivy bridge & ddr3 1600 / sandy bridge & ddr 1333)

By "boot", do you mean POST? Did you get any beeps? Perhaps the 1333 module(s) is bad or the wrong voltage.

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Hi Monster212

According to the manufacturer's website specs on your motherboard (MSI Global ? Mainboard - P55M-GD41), your computer should support the faster RAM (when overclocked apparently), and therefore theoretically should acquire faster performance in the 5 - 10% range..

Hope that helps!

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A:Laptop DDR3 only running at 675 MHz

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For gaming, probably not enough that you would even notice. You also have to remember that most games are still only 32 bit and as such, unless they are large address aware or 64 bit they are limited to 2 GB total address space,

Memory Limits for Windows Releases (Windows)

http://www.sevenforums.com/hardware-devices/153094-8gb-ddr3-cl7-ram.html
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OCZ 4GB (2x 2GB) DDR3 PC3-10666 Reaper HPC Edition Dual Channel Kit Memory
my motherboard supports this so i guess it's just a case of getting warm and fuzzy feedback from people who might recommend it before i shell out 150 quid for it, as i could get the ddr2 1066 ram instead if the warm and fuzzy feeling isn't there.

thanks in advance for any replies!!!

A:to ddr3 or not

You will only see the difference when running benchmarks, just save your money for your next big upgrade.

http://www.vistax64.com/general-discussion/185085-ddr3-not.html
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I also noticed that one board listed ECC or non-ECC in the specs. I'm sure that ECC is more expensive...is it worth it?

A:Ddr3 ram

  
Quote: Originally Posted by seekermeister


While browsing the specs on several motherboards I'm considering, I noticed in the RAM specs, that some listed 1600MHz DDR3 (over clocking). What does the parenthetical note mean? Does it mean that this speed of RAM is only needed if the rig is over clocked?


When you overclock your system there are several ways of doing it. One is to increase the speed of the Bus, meaning it's a synchronous overclock. This means that all the devices controlled by the Bus speed are going to run faster than they were intended to, including the RAM. If your RAM was barely fast enough to keep up at the regular clock speed it would likely give you errors when running at a higher speed. One way to solve this is to buy RAM rated faster than necessary. When you overclock the Bus the RAM has no trouble keeping up.

This also avoids the possible downside of an asynchronous overclock, one where CPU end of the Bus gets boosted but the rest of the system stays at stock speed.






Quote:
I also noticed that one board listed ECC or non-ECC in the specs. I'm sure that ECC is more expensive...is it worth it?


ECC memory is used mostly in servers. Unless something has changed (or I'm just flat-out wrong ) it actually runs a tad slower than non-ECC RAM, mainly because it needs an extra step to check the data passing through it before it gives it the okey-dokey. Unless you have a specific reason for it, ECC is unnecessary.

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My desktop's specification is at http://valid.canardpc.com/2569693

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I am about to attach a new RAM.
I wonder whether I can have a 667 or 800 DDR2 RAM on my mainboard or not.
Thank you very much.
 

A:Should I buy a DDR3 ram?

Go here and allow the Crucial System Scanner to load and run.

After it finishes and it displays a report, copy-and-paste the link to that webpage here so we can go there and view it.

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You didn't provide images of the "Mainboard" and "Memory" tabs, but it appears that your computer is currently using DDR2 PC2-6400(DDR2-800) RAM modules.

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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/should-i-buy-a-ddr3-ram.1075775/
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Can i install ddr 3 ram into an ASUS P5N-E SLI?

If not can i install 1066Mhz DDR2.

And Finally Kingston or corsair?

Im running Windows 7 ultimate 64bit
 

A:Ddr3

That motherboard supports DDR2 533/667/800.

Have you considered OCZ ram? That is a good brand as well.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/ddr3.890707/
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Hai, Forum

I have a question and trying to answer please help

What is compatiable motherboards for DDR3 and cost of it
Is DDR3 is available in the market, kindly quote the price
 

A:Ddr3

2GB DDR3 for around $400...

Nvidia has DDR3 motherboards

More info:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DDR3_SDRAM
 

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A:ddr3 ram help

I'd suggest going to one of the major RAM suppliers like Crucial. You can plug your computer info into their "memory advisor tool" and it will tell you exactly what your computer is capable of handling. Generally speaking it's usually better to not mix and match but to get matched pairs of RAM (2x2GB, 2x4GB, etc.) Once you know what your computer can handle and the exact memory specifications, you can shop around for the lowest prices. Just as an example, a few days ago Newegg had 8GB DDR3 RAM (2x4GB) for under $50.

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DDR3 Frequency Support 400MHz (DDR3-800)
FSB Frequency Support 200MHz (800 QDR)
Max Render Core 400MHz
If you need more information please ask

A:Where can I get DDR3?

It support both DDR2 & DDR3?

With DDR3, it really will only be a benefit if you can get DDR3 1333 or higher.

In the 800/1066 range, DDR2 will perform better due to lower latencies.

But to answer your question, any online retailers such as Newegg, Tigerdirect.
Sometimes stores such as Bestbuy carry some.

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If Corsair lowered the price to something more competitive I might consider buying from them but as it stands I will stick with OCZ for ram.

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A:Buying new DDR3

Anything listed in the Memory Support List for your motherboard will be worth purchasing. I'd stick to 1600MHz RAM though, but the choice is yours.
 

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It is faster, but you've halved the memory amount. Double to 8GB and it will shoot up to 7.8 or so.

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GDDR3 is a different type of DDR. It was designed specifically for high performance graphics cards. A gDDR3 version of a graphics card would be the better of the two.

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Dont disable the swap, if your SSD is short in space, create a 2GB min/max fixed SF.

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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.
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/can-i-use-ddr2-and-ddr3-ram-together.148288/
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From Intel, Specs for memory for i7-950:

Attachment 95866

What does this mean??? Do I need to go with 1066 in order to achieve triple channel?

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A:i7-950 ddr3 ram specs, ...Please Help

It's OK, although your system may not default to DDR3 1333. Manually adjusting the RAM settings in the Bios should get you there. What motherboard are you considering?

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A:DDR2 vs DDR3

The difference will be negligible in games and every day use. You're better off sticking with the 4GB of DDR2 especially if you're only going to be getting 2GB of DDR3.

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A:8 GB DDR2 vs. 4 GB DDR3

Hi sjcecran and welcome to SF!
Four words for you: stay where you are!

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USA $
 

A:DDR3 RAM still as much as it was 9 months ago?

They're all over the place at newegg and similar sites.
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/ddr3-ram-still-as-much-as-it-was-9-months-ago.149919/
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A:go for DDR2 or DDR3?

If you are a serious gamer, go for ddr3 for the best performance
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/go-for-ddr2-or-ddr3.626898/
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A:What happened to DDR3?

When it comes to DDR3 I believe if you get DDR3-1066 you won't notice much of a preformance increase over DDR2-1066 if I remember correctly. I'm not too keen on Intel Board/Processors/Chipsets ect,ect...

Anyone, feel free to correct me if I'm wrong. =)

I would suggest you getting a solid DDR2 Board so upgrading to DDR3 can be done when the RAM becomes a bit cheaper. =)

I can help you look for a new Board if you wish but I'm not too sure of what I would be looking for.
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/what-happened-to-ddr3.136407/
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A:Please help I have 6gb ddr3 ram but only 1.75 usable

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cheers

A:DDR3 RAM in i3 only shows 2GB not 6GB

Make and model of motherboard would help.

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A:DDR3 or DDR4

They are Both DDR3 and the Bottom one the more Expensive has a SSD but they both do about the same

Just the one with 1tb will just be slower but ultimatly perform the same but if you want to be snappy and on the move the choice would be the 1200 dollar one or you can get the 800 dollar one and replace the 1TB HD for a SSD and use the one TB as a back up and put it in a enclosure

but at that point the cost would be around the same but if you have the money get the 512gb SSD and buy a back up Drive and your set

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Also does that mean I can only install other DDR3 if it is PC3-10600 ?
Or can I install faster or slower? or what?
 

A:DDR3 Speeds?

DDR3 PC3-12800(DDR3-1600) has a speed of 1600 MHz.

DDR3 PC3-10600(DDR3-1333) has a speed of 1333 MHz.

DDR3 PC3-8500(DDR3-1066) has a speed of 1066 MHz.

The larger the number, the faster the memory speed.

If you mix module speeds in the same computer, they will all run at the speed of the slowest module(s).

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What's the brand name and model name and model number of your computer?

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Go here and allow the Crucial System Scanner to load and run.

After it finishes scanning and it displays a report, copy-and-paste the link(webpage address) to that report here so we can go there and view it.

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A:DDR3 damaged

have you tryed setting the timming and voltage yourself ? also is there any reason you used slot 3 and not 1?
try setting the timming to ( 9.0 - 9 - 9 - 20 - 27 ) and voltage (1.50) and see what happens. if that don't do it try bumping up the voltage just a little bit and try it again...

scrooge

http://www.sevenforums.com/hardware-devices/203184-ddr3-damaged.html
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Hi,          Could you mention the product number or the model number of unit you are using to give more information . Use the below link to find the product details http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c00033108

http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Software-and-How-To-Questions/DDR3-or-DDR3L/td-p/5771607
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A:Best DDR3 for overclocking

Corsair with the smallest heat-sinks you can deal with
 

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Alex.
 

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A:DDR3 question

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A:DDR3 Question

The ASUS P5KC and P5K3 support ddr3 ram. It is too expensive to justify the performance gain to date. (From what I read).
 

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A:Overclocking DDR3 2GB RAM

Can you provide a little more information? Which motherboard, CPU and memory do you have?

Here's a guide to get you started:
http://www.extremetech.com/article2/0,2845,2368074,00.asp
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/overclocking-ddr3-2gb-ram.154255/
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A:Solved: ddr3 ram

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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/solved-ddr3-ram.885630/
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A:DDR2 vs DDR3

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A:3 GB DDR3 / upgrade

That not the way I would do it. To my memory that motherboard has 6 ram slots. To get 6 gigs of triple channel I would install 2 more 1 gig matching ram.

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A:ddr3 memory

Originally Posted by kev s148


is it best to run ddr3 dual or tri or does it not make any diffrence

thank you



There's a significant difference in bandwidth with tri-channel memory. Go for it

http://www.vistax64.com/general-discussion/247758-ddr3-memory.html
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http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f10/support-xp-with-ddr3-431933.html
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A:Hd 6670 2 gb ddr3

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Hi chilloh







Originally Posted by chilloh


my brother has a new mobo but it only supports ddr3 and he want to use the ddr2 is it possible?



it only supports ddr3 - You just answered your own question!

Sorry but you will have very bad results if you try!


Later Ted

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A:Upgrading DDR3 RAM With Only 2 Slots

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Paul.

http://www.sevenforums.com/hardware-devices/290867-upgrading-ddr3-ram-only-2-slots.html
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AMD Phenom II X4 955 Deneb 3.2GHz
ECS IC780M-A2 Motherboard
2 Micron DDR3 1GB Memory Modules
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A:Gaming With Only 2GB DDR3 Memory, XP or 7

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http://www.sevenforums.com/general-discussion/241262-gaming-only-2gb-ddr3-memory-xp-7-a.html
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A:Have new MB,CPU,PSU,DDR3, WIN 7, ready 2 install but keep XP as well?

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Open regedit and navigate to these keys

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\Msahci\Start
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\Pciide\Start

Set the start values to 0

Check in your bios on your new motherboard to see what mode your sata drives are running in. AHCI or IDE (Ideally you would be running AHCI)
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Amazon.in
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Shopclues.com

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My configs
Processor Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU E7500 @ 2.93GHz
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A:Want to buy DDR3 Graphics Card

Which mainboard are you using?
Also tell the price at which you want to buy?
 

https://malwaretips.com/threads/want-to-buy-ddr3-graphics-card.30599/