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SK8N woes



> On Sat, Nov 13, 2004 at 12:25:48AM +0100, Gert Cuykens wrote:
> > no registered memory works ONLY yes ONLY with registered memory
> > 
> What do you mean?  This memory type (please read below) is
> explicitly listed in section 2.4.3 (Qualified Vendor List)
> of the SK8N manual as "memory modules that have been tested
> and qualified for use with this motherboard".
>
> > > - Memory: Kingston KVR333X72C25/512 (this is in the list
                                  ^R

   Are you sure that it doesn't have an "R" before the "C" in the above part
number? Actually the Kingston part number that you really want is
KVR400X72RC3A/512D. This is DDR400 registered ECC. Of course you have to
have two of these since the memory has to be in pairs.

-DG

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