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Using two different speed RAM memory

Can i use two different speed memory with this board? DDR 333 (128mb) and PC3200 (1Gb) simultaneous..

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Re: using two different speed RAM memory

Most boards will allow it, but it will ALL run at the lower of the two speeds.

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1GB PC400 RAM does not work with motherboard A7S266-VM/U2

Hello the home page is here:

If any drivers or manual needed select first your windows.
Click on global for download.
Unzip the file and you need a pdf reader (adobe) to read the content.

Here are some specification about you mainboard:

2 x DDR DIMM Sockets
Max.2GB unbuffered PC2100/PC1600 non-ECC SDRAM Memory
2 x SDR DIMM Sockets
Max.2GB unbuffered PC133/PC100 non-ECC SDRAM Memory

(Note: DDR ram and SD ram memory can not be used on A7S266-VM/U2 simultaneously)

This means you can`t use SD RAM together with DDR ram.

The bios could have a setting for this because of the use of 2 different ram types.

Try downloading the manual.

Good luck

Nov 18, 2012 | ASUS A7S266-VM/U2 (A7S266-VM/U2/LAN)...

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I have intel 915 GLV mother board and 256mb ram, now i want to upgrade my ram to 1GB. please let me knw what kind of RAM i need to buy along with its image details.

Intel Desktop Board D915GLVG - motherboard - micro ATX - LGA775 Socket
Max Supported Memory 4 GB Supported RAM Technology DDR SDRAM Supported RAM Speed 400 MHz, 333 MHz Supported RAM (Registered or Buffered) Unbuffered RAM Features Dual channel memory architecture

Max Supported Memory 4 GB Supported RAM Technology DDR SDRAM Supported RAM Speed 400 MHz, 333 MHz Supported RAM (Registered or Buffered) Unbuffered RAM Features Dual channel memory architecture

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I have 2 slots, currently only one is in use, it has 512 DDR 400 MHz PC 3200U. Can I use both slots and how much RAM will my SiS 963Lua support? Thanks. Richard

Hey Richard, your board has 2 x 184 DIMM slots, that are both usable, with a maximum capacity of 2GB, supported RAM types are 333MHz, and 266MHz..

Hope this is what you are looking for,


Memory Type DDR SDRAM Number of Memory Slots 2 x 184 Pin DIMMs Supported RAM speeds 333 MHz • 266 MHz Max Supported RAM 2 GB Memory Type DDR SDRAM Number of Memory Slots 2 x 184 Pin DIMMs Supported RAM speeds 333 MHz • 266 MHz Max Supported RAM 2 GB DDR SDRAM Number of Memory Slots 2 x 184 Pin DIMMs Supported RAM speeds 333 MHz • 266 MHz Max Supported RAM 2 GB

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I need to know the correct ram speed for the Asus P4B533 board, thanks.I have 3 slots. I want to install the maximum possible.

here you go mate:

Memory Memory Type DDR SDRAM Number of Memory Slots 2 x 184 Pin DIMMs Supported RAM speeds 266 MHz Max Supported RAM 2 GB

Dec 01, 2009 | ASUS P4B533-VM Motherboard

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Is their a special make of memory card, ie: ddr

According to:

this motherboard has 2 slots for DDR (184pin) RAM,
and supports a maximum of 1GB of RAM per slot.

Note that DDR RAM comes in 3 speeds: DDR266 (slowest), DDR333, and DDR400 (fastest).

Buy the fastest RAM -- if the motherboard cannot run the RAM at "full" speed, the RAM will automatically slow itself down to a speed that the motherboard will support.

Sep 15, 2009 | Foxconn 400M01-G-6L Motherboard

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I have an asus k8v-mx motherboard running only 512 mb of ram what type of ram would suit this mother board and could i fit a 1 x 2mb ram instead of 2 x 1mb?

Dear Sir,

*********** board is Asus old p4 Mother board.It supports maximum 1GB RAM of DDR 400(DDR1). According to your post your computer having only one 512 MB working RAM. If you want good purformance you can upgrade your computer by purchasing another 512MB DDR400 RAM and install it on another RAM slot.If your computer have only one working RAM slot,you can purchase 1GB DDR400 RAM & install it on older RAM place. I think it solves your problem.if you have any problem come back with more information. I will try to assist you more accurately.

good luck

Aug 05, 2009 | ASUS K8V-MX Motherboard

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ECS k7SOM+ 1.0 Motherboard, 1.3 AMD DURON

According to the manual the board supports 1 gig of either SDRAM or DDR .

Click on the link click on USA

On page 6, I believe is the following specs.

• Two 168-pin DIMM slots for SDRAM memory modules
• Two 184-pin DIMM slots for DDR memory modules
• Support SDRAM up to 100 MHz / DDR up to 200 MHz memory bus
• Maximum installed memory is 1GB
Note: You cannot use SDRAM and DDR simultaneously.

Mar 26, 2008 | Intel Motherboard

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Graphics card upgrade

Not compatable at all.
DDR SDRAM memory uses 184 Pin Dimms
Double-Data-Rate Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory, better known as DDR SDRAM or DDR RAM for short, is a type of very fast computer memory. DDR RAM is based on the same architecture as SDRAM, but utilizes the clock signal differently to transfer twice the data in the same amount of time.

DDR2 SDRAM uses 240 Pin Dimms.
DDR2 SDRAM improves on DDR SDRAM by using differential signaling and lower voltages to support significant performance advantages over DDR SDRAM.

If your question has to do with buying a video card that is going to use DDR2 ram, that would be a faster graphics card. You can also get video cards with DDR3 ram which again is even faster.
Oddly enough in respect to system memory DDR2 is supposed to be faster than DDR yet the DDR memory cost more than the DDR2. Go figure.
Click the link for video cards.

Need help with anything, feel free & ask.
Have a great weekend!

Mar 21, 2008 | Foxconn P4M800P7MA-RS2 Motherboard

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Upgrade of ram

Your board Support 168-pin SDRAM DIMM and 184-pin DDR DIMM (Can't Use DIMM & DDR SDRAM memory Together).
I would run the 184-pin DDR. Supports PC1600/PC2100 DDR DRAM up to 2BG Max. Since you have four memory slots 2x512mb of DDR PC2100 = 1GB would be plenty. You will notice programs load faster & games run smoother. Personally, 2Gb. may help but you will not see the difference. To see a difference it is not all about memory. Mb bus speed, CPU, chipset & speed of video memory all play a part with regards to Pc overall speed. You can download your manual here.:
You can download the specs of your board here.:
And below is a link for some good ram.:
This should all help you decide, best wishes!
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Ram support for intel 845 motherboard

Ok. So you've defined the Intel 845 chipset on your motherboard.

But is it the 845 or 845G chipset?

Click HERE for the specifications of the Intel 845 chipset.

Click HERE for the specifications of the Intel 845G chipset.

Peepnklown is only HALF right.

The Intel 845 chipset does NOT support PC133 memory.

The Intel 845G chipset DOES support both DDR and PC133 memory.

The difference?

The 845 has a single memory controller for DDR memory.

The 845G has two memory controllers. One for DDR and one for PC133.

Although you're going to need DDR memory as it is FASTER and less expensive than the older PC133 memory. (Believe it or not.)

I do NOT recommend using Corsair's ValuSelect memory on this chipset. I have two boards with the 845G chipset and that type of memory does not allow the board to boot.

These boards typically come with DDR266 (PC2100) modules installed.

I would go ahead and buy DDR333 (PC2700) memory for it. The board you have may not utilize the full speed of that memory, but will use tighter memory timings if the RAM is clocked down by the board. This will result in better efficiency of memory use by the processor.

Think of it as giving the motherboard "breathing room".

I could recommend PNY memory for the most basic compatability. (Not that they manufacture their own RAM modules...) Or perhaps Nanya, Infineon or Microtek.

Look for memory compatability lists for your particular motherboard module online. You could also use PNY's memory configurator on their website.

Click HERE for PNY's memory configurator.

Good luck.


Nov 10, 2007 | Intel Motherboard

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