Question About Mobo/Ram
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No, create an account now. Quick Mobo/Ram Compatibility Question HappylilElf Registered User regular July 2008 edited July 2008 in Moe's Stupid Technology Tavern Buying new parts for my brand new PC today and have a dumb I've always trusted the pc part picker compatibility thing, but now I'm not sure. TopPlatforms 3DS PlayStation 4 Android PlayStation Vita DS PSP Game Boy Advance Wii iOS Wii U PC Xbox 360 PlayStation 2 Xbox One PlayStation 3 More...
Hooray for Conforming! TechSpot Account Sign up for free, it takes 30 seconds. its never been booted to bios, its brand new, and you guys didnt answer my question in the first place.
For example for DDR 600, can I use the DDR 266? GameFAQs Answers Boards Community Contribute Games What’s New Blocked IP Address Your IP address has been temporarily blocked due to a large number of HTTP requests. I got these two recommended to me by someone, so I guess I just trusted the fact they had been listed together. https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/question-about-mobo-and-ram-compatibility-and-posting-551942/ Go and check it out, you might land a code for a free game.
High performance (overclockable) RAM sometimes requires a higher voltage. i just want to know if it is probably not booting to bios because of the 1333 ram and the lack of settings/voltage for and if i need to boot it He pointed out that DDR 1866 which the RAM is, is not on the list for the motherboard which is DDR 1066, 1333 and 1600. I am researching the mobo/ram thing since my current cpu is getting out of date when it come to gaming.
One example is EPoX EP-MF4-J Socket AM2 NVIDIA nForce4 4X ATX AMD Motherboard and the spec for the RAM is DDR2 800 or other mobo that have DDR 600. http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/motherboard-ram-compatibility-question.101612/ Generated Fri, 20 Jan 2017 11:24:48 GMT by s_hp107 (squid/3.5.23) AM2 motherboards will use DDR2. TechSpot Account Sign up for free, it takes 30 seconds.
I have a question about how to select the right memory for new motherboard. this contact form Any help will be surely appreciated! All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices CNET Reviews Best Products Appliances Audio Cameras Cars Networking Desktops Drones Headphones Laptops Phones Printers Software Smart Home Tablets TVs Virtual Reality But, you couldn't use a 1333Mhz FSB CPU in a mobo with only a 1066 0r 800Mhz FSB.
solved I got 1 question about gpu and mobo :) Got some question about mobo for my cpu solved I got a mobo that supports DDR3 1333/1600/1866/2133/2400(OC) ram. Ask ! Brian Cooley found it for you at CES 2017 in Las Vegas and the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. have a peek here Thank you for helping us maintain CNET's great community.
The board on the box says 2 x DIMM, max 8 g, ddr3 1333(oc)/1066 non-ecc, un-buffered memory. That way when you upgrade to pci-e motherboard, you'll still be able to use that ram. Disruptive posting: Flaming or offending other usersIllegal activities: Promote cracked software, or other illegal contentOffensive: Sexually explicit or offensive languageSpam: Advertisements or commercial links Submit report Cancel report Track this discussion
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- Get the answer milnyckyjJan 3, 2007, 6:26 AM Its only 4x pci-e not 16x.
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solved Question with my AMD build about mobo processor and ram..!!! inversionJan 3, 2007, 4:01 AM I have decided to upgrade my fathers ( and mine) pc slowly, he wants to be "frugile"Keeping his current agp vid card etc....The mobo is a Penny Arcade Forums › Games and Technology › Moe's Stupid Technology Tavern Powered by Vanilla ERROR The requested URL could not be retrieved The following error was encountered while trying to I'm a pretty loyal customer of Newegg; seems there are many.
if that is the fact that is pretty low, it should for a fact state it is only a 4x slot, this would be a first for NewEgg's rep in my SHOW ME NOW CNET © CBS Interactive Inc. / All Rights Reserved.