Question about Intel Microstar MS-6526 Pentium 4 ATX Motherboard w/ Video - MS-6526
If your computer has two RAM slots on the motherboard, i would recommend trying it. The computer will run on the 512MB stick alone and just not recognise the other stick. And if it works it works.
I have searced for support documentation and came up with none for the original MS-6526
I run my original version MS-6526 on a 512MB PC2300 (DDR1) and a 512MB PC3200 (DDR1) and it runs just fine for games and videos.
Personally I would recommend trying the DDR2 first and if that fails, return the card and get a DDR1 card. They are expensive, but at least they work.
Posted on Oct 11, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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