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Ram cards of a motherboard

Distinguish between the ram cards of a motherboard

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Put them it, if ddr 400 or 333 it will tell you, if your computer in new gen (dual cores and what not) it should show if they are DDR 800 to 1066

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


Add more RAM
If you're not sure if a module is right for your system, use the
Crucial Memory Advisor tool for a list of guaranteed compatible modules.

First you will need to select the manufacturer from a drop down list then select your product line from a drop down list then select the model then click find it will take you directly to compatible ram also you will have an option to scan your system.

You should always ask for a guarantee on the compatibilitybefore making any purchase and try to buy for working pairs if possible.
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.

Mar 10, 2014 | IBM Lenovo ThinkCentre M55e PC Desktop

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I have a 1-2-1-2 beep code for my acer aspire m3802. I know i have one RAM defective but cant find video card


Replace the defective RAM.
Video card that is built-in on the motherboard uses shared RAM, it uses part of the main RAM.

May 29, 2012 | Acer Ecs G43t-am Motherboard Aspire M3802...

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My motherboard cant see the 512 ram


sometimes, the apg card video ram, especially with ati rage cards, takes away from the maximum visible system ram on 815 chipsets- which is normally right at 512mb. the motherboard also might be limited on what archetecture of ram is being used. i believe an 815 ram controller an only recognize 4 ram banks at once, each bank being a side of as stick . if you have 3 double sided sticks, the first 2 may be occupying your ram controller (2 sticksx2sides=4), leaving no room for the third. those old boards are real picky about ram sticks, some just arent compatible.

try changing your video card, try using single sided ram sticks, or just plain different ram sticks.

Jan 31, 2011 | Gigabyte GA-6OX Motherboard

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No ram beep comes without ram and no display


> No RAM beep comes without RAM.

That is to be expected -- when the motherboard does _NOT_ detect any properly-mounted RAM, the motherboard sounds the "no-RAM" beep.

> and no display

Correct. Without RAM, the computer cannot "paint" anything onto the video screen.

Nov 06, 2010 | Intel D845GVSR Motherboard

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My motherboard is IntelD845PESV. i use 512 mb DDR 1 RAm & 64 mb Nvidia Geforce 2 Mx/Mx 400 AGP card. Now, i want to upgrate the AGP and RAM . In the intel site maximum RAM supported by this...


Look in the BIOS, under the video ram settings. What is the largest RAM it can handle? 128? 256? 512? This will give you an indication as the size of video RAM that you can have on your card.

Hope this helps.

Nov 09, 2009 | Intel D845PESV Motherboard

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MY Toshiba 26AV502U TV IS MAKING A TICKING SOUND WHEN I TURN IT ON BUT JUST A BLACK SCREEN


hi
try to make the following
1)Turn Off ur PC
2)remove the RAM from ur motherboard
3)clean the RAM pins with Aciton using tissue
4)dry it
5)install ur RAM again in ur Motherboard
also if u use a VGA card (PCI card installed on ur motherboard) not the builtin one
so make the follwoing
1)Turn Off ur PC
2)remove the VGA card from ur motherboard
3)clean the VGA card pins with Aciton using tissue
4)dry it
5)install ur VGA card again in ur Motherboard

Good luck

Aug 23, 2009 | ASUS P5GC-MX/1333 Motherboard

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Need to increase the ram on the VGA Card


My friend you can add RAM on your VGA by purchasing another Higher Video card  RAM. you can buy 512mb (265 - 512 bit) VGA Card to increase your VGA RAM. 

Jun 18, 2009 | ASUS P4P800-X Motherboard

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RAM vs BIG 7200GS Graphics card


ur graphic card might not b compatible with ur motherboard.. check the compatibility list in the user manual of ur motherboard

Jan 30, 2009 | Asrock P4I45GV R5 Motherboard

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3 Beep sounds-No boot


As you probably know 3 long beeps on an Intel motherboard is memory failure. Even if RAM is good your Motherboard may have problems in reading your ram module.
If you are using a PCI or AGP video card try also removing and putting back video card, video adapters use shared RAM and can give you troubles with RAM.
Always perform all maintainance on motherboard with power unplugged and avoid to touch contacts and circuits with your finger.
If the 1GB module is new, verify with seller that your motherboard support this memory, some motherboard do not support double density RAM.

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