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MS-7353-060 RAM Switch Card

Installing RAM on a MS-7353-060, what slots and which direction do the DDR2/DDR3 Switch Cards go in?

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They go in the long thin slots, And there is only one way for them to go into those slots ... If they don't fit ... don't force them, You might have the wrong ram.

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Will a DDR3 graphic card work as it should work on a DDR2 motherboard or ram


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If you're not sure if a module is right for your system, use the
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computer users often get confused when assembling or upgrading their first computer. While the most common error is made when distinguishing system memory, RAM, from hard drive space, gaming computers have an extra wrinkle to worry about.

Graphics cards use memory separately from the system memory mounted on the motherboard. Some graphics cards use the more typical DDR standard, though it's permanently attached to the graphics card circuitboard, while others use the new GDDR standard.

For the most part, the internals of the graphics card aren't relevant to the rest of the computer it's all about the connection slot.What Is DDR Memory?


DDR, or "Double Data Rate," is the standardized random access memory format for most desktop and laptop computers.
DDR RAM comes in different generational standards: DDR, DDR2, DDR3 and the newer DDR4.

RAM chips, known as DIMMs, come in only one format, as do the DIMM slots on motherboards, so a DDR3-compatible motherboard memory slot can accept only DDR3 RAM DIMMs RAM that uses an earlier or later standard is incompatible.
GDDR Memory and Graphics Cards


Modern graphics cards use a modified memory standard called GDDR, short for Graphics Double Data Rate. While similar, GDDR and DDR memory is not the same:

Most importantly, GDDR memory is integrated into the graphics card and cannot be removed. Some older graphics cards use DDR, DDR2 and DDR3 memory, but this is also integrated into the card.

Graphics cards of varying power come with different kinds of RAM as of the date of publication, most cards feature GDDR4 or GDDR5 memory

Graphics Card Motherboard Connections
Discrete desktop graphics cards are mounted inside a computer case and plugged directly into the motherboard.

Three standard connections are used for graphics cards: PCI-Express (the most common and powerful), PCI and AGP.

It is this connection that determines how much data can be shared between the graphics card and the other system components, such as the CPU, the system RAM and the hard drive.

The expansion slot standard is the primary function for determining whether or not a graphics card is compatible with any given computer:

If your motherboard has a PCI-E slot, it's compatible, if not ideally so, with all PCI-E graphics cards.
Graphics Card Memory and System Memory Compatability

Memory is an important part of game performance, but graphics memory and system memory are two different things.

For better performance, it's best to have as much graphics memory AND system memory as possible, but the different standards used by the graphics card and the motherboard are largely irrelevant.

As long as the graphics card uses the correct expansion slot standard, it will work with the corresponding motherboard, regardless of its DDR version.

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Okay to mix ram between video and system?


DDR2 and DDR3 are totally different in architecture.

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I have an AmethystM MS-7148 motherboard with a PCI-E 16X slot which I use to install my EN210 Silent 1GB/DDR3 (Windows XP). Windows recognises that there is new material, but the drivers' installation...


Hi Pierre ,
The PCI Express 2.0 or 2.1 is backwards compatible with the PCI x16 1.0 and 1.1 slot motherboards. However, PCI-e 2.0 ( 2.1 ) cards on 1.1 and 1.0 motherboards will not be able to run at their maximum velocity . I think you are not using the correct driver but motherboard MS-7148 doesn't seem to exist . Go to ASUSes site to download the latest available driver compatible with your OS : http://support.asus.com/download/options.aspx?SLanguage=en
Best regards ,
fanaudi .

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Here's my issue. Ok i have 2 ram slots. When I have 2 1GB ram cards in the slots the computer registers 2GB ram. When I put in 2GB card and 1GB card, it only registers 2GB RAM. No idea why. I bought...


the issue may be the ram is not the same like a PC100 will not work with a PC300 ram card but if you have the same like a 2GB DDR2 and a 1GB DDR2 it will work unless your computer can only see 2GB of ram then i cannot help you

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Upgrade RAM


DDR 1 - 1 GB costs around Rs 1500 DDR 2 - 1 Gb costs around Rs 1200 DDR 2 - 2 Gb costs around Rs 2200
I just upgraded my system to 2 Gb ddr2.
You can order it on ebay.

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I wanna know that is XFX 9800gt supported on intel DG31PR motherboard or any PCI express motherboard ? I also wanna know that is it a good combination of 9800gt DDR3 1gb and DDR2 RAM 2gb?? Please reply me...


Keep in mind that XFX makes pretty bleeding edge stuff for gamers, and with that technology comes a few problems with compatibility or drivers. That card should work fine with any PCI Express slot Ver 2.0 or above.
DDR3 will always handle data better faster and cleaner than DDR2 IF your board is designed for it, not just compatible with it. I f the DDR you mention is on the Video card then you need to consider the games you play first. DDR2 at 2gig will for instance load graphics heavy scenes better than DDR3 at half the memory on a MMORPG, but the DDR3 board will do a pretty good job as well with faster rendering when turning for instance. The 2 boards will be quite similar in most cases except when in a party battling multiple foes and handling special lighting effects, then you may notice some minor shading effects with the 1gig board. For more insight into this tradeoff of performance and ram try Tom's Hardware Guide and look at his review on the 9800 series.

Mar 07, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Can i upgrade my ram to ddr3 if so what would you recomend .cheers


Thank you for the clarification sir.
NO, the Fujitsu Scalio 600 Media Center uses the Gigabyte GA-8ISXT-FS motherboard, and it only supports DDR Sdram.

This is a PDF Motherboard Manual for the GA-8ISXT-FS mobo, from Fujitsu Support,

http://uk.ts.fujitsu.com/rl/servicesupport/techsupport/Boards/Motherboards/GigaByte/ga-8isxt/Man_8isxt-fs_uk.pdf

This is the support page for the Fujitsu Scalio 600 Media Center,
from Fujitsu Support,

http://uk.ts.fujitsu.com/rl/servicesupport/techsupport/consumer/MediaCenter/Scaleo%20600/Scaleo%20600.htm

Uses either DDR Sdram at 333MegaHertz, or 400MHz.
(PC2700 and PC3200 respectively)

DDR Sdram has 184 gold plated contact pins on the bottom.
DDR2 Sdram has 240 gold plated contact pins on the bottom.
DDR3 Sdram has the same amount of contact pins as DDR2.

The voltage and signal contact pins are in a different place, from DDR2 to DDR3.
This is why the locating notch on the bottom of the ram stick, is in a different place, comparing DDR2 to DDR3.

So you can see, DDR3 not fit in a DDR2 slot, because the locating lug in the bottom of the ram slot, and the locating notch in the bottom of the ram stick. Keeps people from trying to put DDR3 in a DDR2 slot, and vice-versa.

You can also see why a 240 pin ram stick, will not fit in a 184 pin ram slot.

Bumping up from DDR to DDR2 does make a difference in my book. (Requires using a motherboard that supports DDR2 however, so you would need a different motherboard)

Going from DDR2 to DDR3? Not so much IMHO. The frequency rate is higher, but there is a trade off with slower ram timings.

Sorry if I have been too 'Windy', but I thought I would give you more information, than just,
'No, won't work', or No won't work because your motherboard uses DDR Sdram'.

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DDR3 RAM


According to your description you have 4 memory slots and each memory slot can hold
DDR2 PC2-6400
DDR2 PC2-8500
DDR2 PC2-5300 with a maximum of 2GB per slot.
This board does not support DDR3.
I hope this helps your memory question.

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