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Want to know how much memory bus support my motherboard?

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  • chris sarles May 11, 2010

    it would be helpful if i knew what your motherboard was, or at least who made it. there are ser nums imprinted right on the board example intel 945g-cvf0021

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The Mother Board has not memory of its own and whatever is there it is borrowed. All the memory put together is very small and it is in the BIOS system, sufficient to run it for a few seconds. Where the memory exists is at the RAM memory. We used to have 256KBytes, then it became 512KBytes. We have to devide the modern computers in two categories, those less than 3 years old and those made this current year. Each manual will tell you how much memory the computer will support. So, those computers support up to 2GB. Now there has been an innovation with the mamory makers that they can double the size of the RAM memories. Now we are talking about 4GB. I can almost guarantee you that there is not going to be a noticeable difference in the actual speed, because we have made all the other parts to be much faster. I hope you like your answer.... Thank you for considering and the choice to use our service. My name is Constantin (arzconst is my internal nickname with Fixya.com).

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Two components that must utilize the same front bus speed


Let's dissect the question

I feel it may help you understand better. Looks like a test. The purpose of a test is to see what you know.........

Bus,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bus_%28computing%29

Front Side Bus (FSB)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Front-side_bus

Now you know what a BUS is, and a Front Side Bus.
Now let's apply that to a Motherboard Diagram, and see if that makes it clearer.......

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Motherboard_diagram.svg

You see how the CPU (Processor), is connected to the Northbridge chip, (Of the motherboard chipset)

Data (Information) transfers back, and forth through the FSB, to the Northbridge chip.

Think of the FSB as an 'Information Highway'.

Now,.............what other component besides the CPU, has to operate at the same frequency rate ('Speed'), as the Front Side Bus?

Correct

The Northbridge chip

As you can see the Northbridge chip handles the Faster capabilities of a computer;
CPU (Processor), Ram Memory, and HIGH-speed graphics; plus Jennifer Aniston.

NO! You gonna' believe that? Just messing with you about the Jennifer Aniston thing!
(She is HIGH speed though! Whoa!)

HIGH-speed graphics being the AGP technology, and the PCI Express technology.

A graphics card inserted into a PCI slot, OR using Integrated (OnBoard) graphics; is NOT high-speed graphics

The Southbridge chip handles the Slower capabilities of a computer;

Anything connected to the;
A) PCI bus. (Like a PCI graphics card)

B) Integrated graphics. (Should be stated as OnBoard Graphics.
Easier to understand. ON the motherBOARD)

C) IDE (PATA) bus,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parallel_ATA

D) SATA bus,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Serial_ATA

E) USB bus
F) Ethernet
G) Audio (Sound)

Ram Memory TYPICALLY operates at half, of the Processor's FSB.
I say again -> TYPICALLY
Overclockers would like ram memory to operate at the same frequency rate ('Speed'), as the processor's FSB.

Problem is folks, the expansion slots are also dependent on the CPU's (Processor's) FSB

Mess with the CPU's FSB too much, and ram memory won't operate, and neither will the expansion slots.


Bear in mind Bud, that this is rapidly becoming old technology.
However, you have to know this technology, to be able to understand the Intel Core i technology.

This technology does NOT use a Front Side Bus,

http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/535

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intel_QuickPath_Interconnect

Regards,
joecoolvette

Apr 17, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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I have a (mx-6378x-l) k0302002574. What is the amount and type of ram that it will support?


See: http://www.motherboards.org/mobot/motherboards_d/MSI/MS-6378X-L%2528MS-6378%20V.3%2529/

Front Side Bus 266/200 Mhz
Memory Type SDRAM Memory Channels Single Maximum Memory 1GB
Memory Type SDRAM
Memory Channels Single
Maximum Memory 1GB
So, it's the older PC133/PC100 RAM, not the newer DDR RAM, nor the newest DDR2 RAM,
that will be compatible with the 266 (2 times 133) or 200 Mhz (2 times 100) speed of the bus.

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I have inserted a 1 GB mamory modual and the system is not reconizing the additional memory. Are there jumpers or switches that need to be reset?


No jumpers or switches need to set. If your going to upgrade/change your memory, just make sure that the memory your're going to insert are compatible with your motherboard. Check the system bus of your memory slots if what are the maximum system bus can support of that motherboard. Like example; DDR PC266 to PC400 or PC400 to PC800, make sure that you are not exced the maximum requirements of the memory for your motherboard it is because they cannot recognize your memory.

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Memory bus of motherboard


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Memory adding problem


Dear,

You can update 667 or 800 bus type of memory
512*2 =1 gb.

no single module can support.

Regards,

Ravindra Shah

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Bus ram TEAM 512 bus 333 fo T2341 Emachines


The max memory speed you can run in the T2341 motherboard is PC2100 = 266MHz memory. You can see the specs here at this link; http://reviews.cnet.com/desktops/emachines-t2341/4507-3118_7-30464489.html?hhTest=1
The max bus speed is 266MHz & memory bus is also 266MHz.
The bios dropped your current memory speed down to what it could handle for incompatible memory. In your case its running the memory at 133MHz. Replace your memory with PC2100- DDR266 DIMM's. (Like these; http://www.memoryx.net/ememt2me12.html ).

Mike

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Large hard drive


Yes it will. Mostly it is the operating system that will allow the drive to be see at its full size. Suggest you use Win XP home with at least SP1 but Win XP Pro with SP2 is faster & very stable. Also suggest you set the drive up with the Mfg's disk utilites. Bootable floppy or bootable CD. If using plain XP home you can still install the OS & than download a free trial of Partition magic which will allow you to combine any smaller partitions to get you up to you 250GB size. (only if you have a problem though.

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Motherboard Drivers


What make is your motherboard? If you open up the case and there should be info and model number on it. The just go to the makers website a get appropiate drivers.

hope that helps :)

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Memory support


I can not find the motherboard specs, but judging by the model name, I would say no. It most likely only supports and FSB and Memory bus clock of 266Mhz

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Asus A7V8X 1 gb sim


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