Can a p4vxasd2 motherboard support ddr 400 ram?


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2007-12-21 11:56:27
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Yes it will, to a maximum of 2Gb. This board also supports SD Ram, but the 2 DDR and SDRam, cannot co-exist on the same board at the same time.

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No you cannot the ECS P4VXASD2 supports the following:Two 184-pin 2.5V DDR SDRAM (DDR266/DDR200) Maximum: 2GB DDR or SDRAM (Buffered) / 1GB DDR or SDRAM (Unbuffered)

I have this motherboard with 1GB RAM but it is DDR. If a Motherboard supports DDR it cant support DDR2.

The Mercury PI865D7 supports DDR SDRAM at a maximum of 400 MHz.

Since there is no number associated with DDR type memory, it is assumed to be DDR1. The speed of the memory is based on whether the computer can accept it or not.

Im afraid this is not possible. This motherboard takes DDR and / or SD ram, not DDR2.Both SD and DDR can not be used at the same time. IMHO DDR would be the better choice.Max allowed would be 2Gb (ddr 266 or ddr 200 buffered)Max allowed is 1Gb, unbuffered.Hope this helpsBe safe

In order to upgrade SDRAM with DDR, you will need to replace your motherboard. DDR uses a different slot than SDRAM, so if your motherboard is using SDRAM currently, you will most likely have to replace your motherboard in order to make your system support DDR.

No the pin configuration is different from DDR2 to DDR1 or DDR400 to DDR667

as a rule the fx 5200 runs with 2x 4x and 8x agp ports dependant on the manufactrer of the card. check the manufacturers website. I tried to lunch my computer with a geforce fx 5200 128 (i have a p4vxasd2 motherboard) that result no boot "black screen", i conclude the geforce fx5200 doesn't work with the p4vxasd2 motherboads. I tried to upgrade my bios but i have not find the upgrade file for this motherboard. if you have any solution for me please send it here, in this page thank you. Zoheir.

Yes, DDR 400 memory will work in that motherboard, however only at a maximum speed of 333MHz. The memory will be underclocked to the maximum speed the motherboard can handle. Be sure not to try to put in DDR2 memory, as they are physically different and will not fit.

yes. but it will only run at 4x. not 8x. oh yea. get an ATI Radeon. don't wast money on that geforce garbage.

2x 184-pin DDR DIMM socket support up to 2 GB Support DDR400/333/266 2.5V DDR SDRAM

No. PC3200 is DDR (1) 400, PC2 3200 is DDR2 400. They are incompatible.

The Intel 915 GAV motherboard supports DDR SDRAM with a maximum capacity of 4GB. Supported RAM Speed: PC2700, PC3200 (DDR - 400 and 333 MHz)

hi, 845 gl can only support ddr1 ram-400mhz and sd ram but any one of this. not both support it at a time.

yes it is possible to use DDR800 on DDR667 motherboard. But to be certain please check you motherboard spec.

Hi, I believe the GeForce FX5200 is a 128MB DDR video card and its compatible with an AGP 8x interface. Since I have the same motherboard, P4VXASD2, I know for a fact that this motherboard does not support the AGP 8x interface, and on the contrary, the FX5200 is a AGP 8x card and I am pretty sure it is not backwards compatible with AGP 4x which in fact is supported by your motherboard. If you are looking for a video card in the same/lower price range, I would recommend you to buy the ATI Radeon 9200/9200SE/9250 because they support upto a max. of 8x and they are also backwards compatible with the AGP 4x. I hope that answers your question.

In order to use ddr2 memory the motherboard should support it. Check the manufacture website for more information. If it doesn't say that it has ddr2 support, it means that it doesn't have it. Thus you cannot use ddr2 with the motherboard.

It is difficult unless the motherboard supports DDR slots.

Depending on its age, either SDR SDRAM, DDR, or DDR2 RAM.

no, you cannot, unless you switch to a motherboard that supports DDR dram, the spacings are different on the modules and on the motherboard, so it is impossible to use them.

It depends upon the motherboard, but generally, motherboards only support one type of memory. If you have SDRAM now, chances are that DDR will not work. The DIMM slots for SDRAM and DDR are not the same, so only one kind will fit.

The term DDR SDRAM refers to the phrase "double data rate synchronous dynamic random access memory". DDR SDRAM is simply a faster version of SDRAM in which data travels at a double rate. If your computer specs say that it uses DDR SDRAM it can take DDR SDRAM, but not SDRAM. DDR is 184 pins and has a notch in the bottom near the center and you will be unable to put DDR in an SDRAM mother board and also unable to put SDRAM in a DDR motherboard. Recently a new type of RAM has been introduced to market called DDR2. DDR2 is its own type and will not fit into a DDR motherboard. Hope this helps. Peace.

One gigabyte of DDR PC2700 memory can cost from $20 to $80. It may be better to buy a new motherboard with DDR3 RAM support so you can buy more memory for less.

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