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Memory Card for MV42N Motherboard

I would like to know if I can change my memory card for this mainboard model a DDR 266 128MB to DDR333 256MB?

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The Shutle MV42N can take SDRam or DDR
Each memory slot can hold DDR PC2700,DDR PC3200,
up to 2 gig total. the pc 2700 is DDR333 and the PC3200 is DDR400. Why Stop at 256?

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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
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.

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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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Yes, your mainboard supports up to 2GB of DDR memory. That does not change if you add a graphic card. Windows XP 32 bit can actually address up to 4 GB of total memory including CD, hard drives, and video cache.
Note: Your mainboard only supports up to 2 GB, but newer boards can support much more memory, up to 16GB of RAM.
If you could install 4 GB of RAM in your machine, it would still work, but windows would only address as much RAM as it can use; the rest would go unused, so it would probably show up as 3.5 GB of RAM then.

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I WANT TO UPGRADE THE GRAPHIC CARD ALSO THE RAM CAN YOU PLEASE TELL WHICH GRAPHIC CARD AND RAM WILL WORK ON MY MOTHERBOARD? Model Name : 8LD533 M/B Rev : 1.X BIOS Ver : 6.00 PG Serial No. :...



  1. Memory Type:DDR266( PC2100) 184 pin (2.5v)
  2. 2 x DIMM
  3. Max capacity: Up to 2 GB



Expansion Slots
  1. 3 x PCI (PCI 2.2 compliant)
  2. You can only used PCI graphic card not PCIE Graphic card
  3. PCI graphic card is hard to find now but you can try to find at any computer surplus shop

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I need to solvthe problem of my new install memory


According to the specs of this motherboard, it supports DDR 333/400 and DDR2 533/400 memory modules. It does not support DDR2 667 memory modules.
DDR 333/400 memory modules can be installed in the yellow slots, whereas DDR2 533/400 memory modules can be installed in the blue slots.
Only one type of memory modules (either DDR or DDR2) can be used. Mixing of different types of memory modules is not supported.

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Memory Problems (MSI KM4M-V Motherboard)


if you know the make and model number of the memory sticks you will need to contact the manufacturer to find the voltage specifications so you can adjust the bios accordingly. Or do a google search with the model number and make of the memory stick for voltage details

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Adding memory to tx pro mainboard


You do not say what memory you are trying to install.

The ASUS P4S800D motherboard has four memory slots that hold DDR PC2700 or DDR PC3200 with a maximum of 1GB per slot, so the installed maximum is 4GB.

DDR memory is generally available in 128MB, 256MB, 512MB and 1GB modules. If you already have memory installed, it must be at least 128MB so you cannot add modules to 'bring memory to 128'.

Either you have a different motherboard and posted in the wrong section, your memory calculations are wrong, or you have used older PC-133,PC-100 or PC-66 memory instead of DDR. The last is unlikely as older SDRAM has two notches and won't physically fit into a DDR slot that only has one notch.

Please re-post with the specific motherboard model just to confirm and a list of the memory modules you are trying to use.

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Want to upgrade the memory, ident. issues for proper DDR...


Hello!

as i look at your mainboard here: http://www.msicomputer.com/product/p_spec.asp?model=865PE_Neo3-F the mainboard support,

Supports four unbuffered DIMM of 2.5 Volt DDR SDRAM
• Supports up to 4GB memory size without ECC • Supports Dual channel DDR266/333/400MHz and up.

to be safe i would recommend DDR 400-
either buy 2 units 1gig -DDR400
Just say.."2 units 1gig Memory DDR 400 sdram "

may this help,

fixya, melnavz

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