Question about Intel Motherboard
Yes it can, in my country (indonesia) in my city (yogyakarta) in my store (simple computer jl janturan no 95) you can replace the slot with only 8 dollars..so??where are you bad 202?
Posted on Jun 13, 2008
Hi bad, there are 184-pins per slot if the board uses 184-pin memory. These pins have wafer wiring so close to every pin, removing just one without damaging the board would be impossible. You would also need to remove another 184-pin slot off another board to replace your's. Memory slots are not found just anywhere. Fact, I never heard of anyone trying this. You would be the first! If you do try it & you melt just 1 wafer, kiss the board goodbye. Don't listen to me. If you have steady hands, a high power magnifier an old board to remove its slot, go for it!
Worst case? You'll need to buy another board.
God Bless You!
Posted on May 28, 2008
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 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.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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if it does you must install the RAM in the same color slots.
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