Question about Intel D850MV Motherboard
This board has 4 slots for RAM, 2 in Bank 0 and 2 in Bank 1. I currently have 2 256MB sticks of RAM in Bank 0. The two slots of Bank 1 are filled by two pieces of green plastic. I assume those are just to fill the empty slots (please let me know if I'm wrong). My question is, do both slots of Bank 1 need to be filled with RAM sticks? And if so, must they both be the same gig's of memory? I tried to just insert 1 265MB stick of RAM into one slot of Bank 1 and left the green plastic in the other slot, but my PC would not power up. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
According to specs your board can max out at 2GB. So you could fill all slots with 512 Gb sticks, 1GB total in each bank. You should always match RAM in pairs. You should be able to add just 1 stick in second bank as long as the first 2 banks are filled.
Posted on May 21, 2009
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