Yes you can. There's also an option in the CMOS setup to enable or disable this feature if your motherboard supports it.
Depending on the specs of the motherboard, a motherboard that supports ECC SDRAM may support a non-ECC SDRAM module. If a motherboard can support both types, you would have the option to enable or disable the ECC feature in BIOS. Other than the fact that an ECC module has an odd number of chips, there is no other physical difference on the module. They are keyed the same.
It is difficult unless the motherboard supports DDR slots.
In most cases, yes
Depending on the specs of the motherboard, a motherboard that supports ECC SDRAM may support a non-ECC SDRAM module. If a motherboard can support both types, you would have the option to enable or disable the ECC feature in BIOS. Other than the fact that an ECC module has an odd number of chips, there is no other physical difference on the module. They are keyed the same, unlike buffered and unbuffered SDRAM modules. Because of this fact, a motherboard would not be able to support both buffered and unbuffered modules. The motherboard's memory slots must be configured specifically for the buffered or unbuffered memory module. - You can substitute non-ECC memory on an ECC board, and the error-checking feature will be shown disabled in CMOS. Go the manufacturers website of your motherboard and check out the specifications on your motherboard. If it does not say unbuffered memory then it will not accept it. Some motherboards accept both in the same port.
yes provided ur motherboard supports it. logicwonder
The Mercury PI865D7 supports DDR SDRAM at a maximum of 400 MHz.
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)
Dual-channel architecture requires a dual-channel-capable motherboard and two or more DDR, DDR2 SDRAM, or DDR3 SDRAM memory modules. The memory modules are installed into matching banks, which are usually color-coded on the motherboard.
The Intel D845GLLY motherboard supports a maximum of 2GB of PC133 SDRAM, using two 1 GB modules.
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.
The positions of two notches on a SDRAM DIMM identify the type of DIMM and the voltage requirement and also prevent the wrong type from being installed on a motherboard.
Non-ECC memory cannot be used on a board that is made for ECC memory. ECC memory is a specialized form of error correction memory.
DDR or SDRAM
No. SDRAM has two notches and DDR SDRAM has only one so besides all the electrical incompatibilities it won't physically fit.
No, We Can't.
1. 100MHz SDRAM.
If you had to choose one then you would chooes SDRAM. it is faster than EDO
The Accellerated Graphics Port card uses memory completely separate from the motherboard memory. They don't mix. Make sure you use the memory that the AGP card nees in the AGP card, and memory that the motheroboard needs in the motherboard. If you do that, everything will be ok.