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- Subject: SK8N woes
- From: dg at dglawrence.com (David G. Lawrence)
- Date: Fri Nov 12 23:58:28 2004
> 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
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.
David G. Lawrence
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