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Biostar U8668G P4M266 SDR/DDR USB2 w/LAN Motherboard, How many Memory slot and max memory possivle and type and speed of DDR memory?

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SOURCE: VIA P4M266 Motherboard

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Appreciate the direct "Ask Me".

Unfortunately, this first generation P4 motherboards are a bit strict on the memories that they recognized. Your particular motherboard to my knowledge only accepts either PC100/133 SDRAMs or DDR200/266 which were made on or before 2002. This has nothing to do with frequency but with the recognition architecture of these older boards. Often newer memories would not be recognized or even if they are, the capacity would be halved.

Depending on the specs of your processor and replacement availability, you might be better off purchasing a newer motherboard.

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your motherboard uses DDR1 SDRAM PC2100 max. as stated on their website:
http://www.biostar-usa.com/mbdetails.asp?model=u8668+d
you cannont put DDR2, but you can expand up to 2GB

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


Hello the home page is here:

http://support.asus.com/download.aspx?SLanguage=en&p=1&s=10&m=A7S266-VM%2fU2&os=&hashedid=n%2fa

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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Step 1 If you bought your computer from a manufacturer, use a search engine or go to the manufacturer's site to find the specs on your model. The max RAM found in the specs is likely the max RAM the whole system supports. To find the largest size module the system supports, divide the max supported RAM by the number of slots. Also listed in the specs should be the max speed supported and DDR type (listed as DDR, DDR2, or DDR3). Alternatively, instead of max speed and DDR type, the specs may list something like PC# ####, where the "#" is some number. This is just a different way of representing speed and DDR type, and works equally well in finding the right RAM. If you know the largest supported module, max supported speed, and DDR type, skip to the Tips and Warnings section.

  • Step 2
    If you're building a new computer, follow the above step, except search for motherboard model specs rather than computer model specs. If you don't know the model, look for it printed on the board.

  • Step 3
    If you couldn't find your computer's specs, the info wasn't detailed enough, or you have a custom-built computer, go to http://www.gtopala.com/siw-download.html (also in the resources below) and download the freeware SIW. Install and run it. On the left side, under the "Hardware" section, select "Memory."

  • Step 4
    The "Memory Summary" section on the right side shows the maximum amount of memory that can be installed in the system (listed as "Maximum Capacity"), and below that is the number of memory slots (listed as "Memory Slots"). The "Device Locator" sections tell whether or not memory is installed in that slot. To get the largest size module the motherboard supports, divide the "Maximum Capacity" by "Memory Slots." To get the speed and type, look under the "Device Locator" section, for the listing "Memory Type." Write down the PC#-#### part, where "#" is some number. Also for the listing "Speed," write down the value in parenthesis. For example, in 333 MHz (DDR2 667), write down only the (DDR2 667). You now have the largest supported module, RAM speed, and DDR type. You can use either the PC#-#### or the speed and type when searching for RAM.

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  • In Step 4, you found a supported RAM speed, but it may not be the fastest supported. Just to make sure, look to the left side in SIW. Under the "Hardware" section, select "Motherboard." Using this info, go to the manufacturer's site or do a web search, and see if you can find what maximum RAM speed the motherboard supports.

  • Step 6
    If you're building a new computer and need to buy RAM, look up the specs on your motherboard to find out what kind of memory it supports.

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    The RAM you buy should be no larger than the max supported module size, and should match the type and speed supported by the motherboard.


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    Dont know the ram that it use. wat is the number on the battery


  • K8M800-M7A
  • Support DDR 333/400 MHz
  • 2 x DDR DIMM Memory Slot
  • Max. Supports up to 2GB Memory
  • the battery i dont no
  • hope it helps
  • Biostar K8M800-M7A - motherboard - micro ATX - Socket 754 - K8M800 specifications
    • General
    • Product Type Motherboard - Micro ATX
    • Cache Memory None
    • Chipset Type VIA K8M800 / VIA VT8237R
    • Max Bus Speed 800.0 MHz
    • Processor Socket Socket 754
    • Max Processors Qty 1.0
    • Compatible Processors Athlon 64 , Sempron
    • Memory
    • Max Supported Memory 2.0 GB
    • Supported RAM Technology DDR SDRAM
    • Supported RAM Speed 400 MHz , 333 MHz , 266 MHz
    • Graphics
    • Graphics Controller VIA UniChrome Pro
    • Memory Allocation Technology Shared video memory (UMA)
  • Jul 20, 2011 | Biostar K8M800-M7A Motherboard

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    What kind of memfory do I need for a P4M80-M4 Motherboard? I want to install another card.


    Here is the specs of the memory that you can use for this motherboard.

    2 x 184-pin DDR SDRAM
    PC3200 (DDR400) DDR SDRAM
    Maximum 2GB

    Jan 03, 2011 | Biostar P4M80-M4 Motherboard

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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,

    Cheers,


    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

    Apr 09, 2010 | Foxconn K7S741MG-6L Motherboard

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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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    Please identify RAM upgrade options for Asus PSCH-L motherboard. Thank you.


    From the Asus spec site: Memory Memory Type dtrquestion.gif DDR SDRAM Number of Memory Slots 4 x 184 Pin DIMMs Supported RAM speeds 400 MHz • 333 MHz • 266 MHz Max Supported RAM dtrquestion.gif 4 GB

    Memory Memory Type dtrquestion.gif DDR SDRAM Number of Memory Slots 4 x 184 Pin DIMMs Supported RAM speeds 400 MHz • 333 MHz • 266 MHz Max Supported RAM dtrquestion.gif 4 GB DDR SDRAM 400; 333; 266mhz
    4 GB max 4x1024 184pin
    Hope this helps.

    Aug 26, 2009 | ASUS PSCH-L Motherboard

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    Ddr ram sdr ram i am same time input that tw0 thats not show two ram capacities just show one ram'' asus p4s533 model please help me


    Hi safran0785,
    The Asus motherboard, P4S533-MX can run two different types of memory.
    (Just not at the same time & in different slots).
    You can use 2, 184-pin memory, PC2700/PC2100 MHz or PC1600 up to 2GB. (1GB DIMMs) inserted in the two memory slots closest to the CPU.
    Or you can run SDR memory, 168-pin PC133 or PC100MHz DIMMs up to 1GB of memory in the last two slots farthest from the CPU.
    You can not run both types of memory at the same time.

    The 184-pin DDR PC2700MHz memory is much faster then SDR memory.
    The maximum amount of system memory supported is 2GB.

    Need more information/questions, just post here.
    Good luck safran0785!
    Mike

    Mar 22, 2009 | ASUS P4S533-MX Motherboard

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    Memory support confusion


    Hello gu11ddu,
    Here are the specifications concerning your question about your motherboard's RAM.

    Memory Type grayquestion.gif DDR SDRAM Number of Memory Slots 4 x 184 Pin DIMMs Supported RAM speeds 400 MHz • 333 MHz Max Supported RAM grayquestion.gif 4 GB
    The key factors that are the most important when you select your ram is the MEMORY TYPE DDR SDRAM, 184 PIN DIMMs, and the SUPPORTED RAM SPEEDS 400 MHz and 333MHz. Your motherboard will support memory no more than 4 GB of memory, so yes you could use the 128mb modules, but you must make certain that they are DDR SDRAM types and 184 Pin DIMMs as this is what the manufacturer suggests is compatiable with your specific motherboard. The supported speed is also a suggestion, because this is the max speed that will work at it's optimal level. You can buy some ram modules that are higher, but they will clock down to the max speed allowed by your system. In other words, say for example you went to your local best buy or circuit city and bought the suggested memory type with the proper pin count and DIMM modules but they only had 500 MHz bus speed, then your system would clock the speed down to 400 MHz. With 4 128mb modules you are only going to get 512 mb max memory, because 4 x 128 mb = 512 mb so you will not be using all the available memory capacity that your motherboard can handle. If you wanted to maximize your memory usage you could buy 4 of the 1 GB memory modules or buy 2 of the 2 GB modules to obtain your max capacity. In your case buying 4 128 mb memory modules would not be worth it because you could buy 1 of the 2 GB modules and get better memory usage.
    Another important thing to remember is that you should always use the same type of memory modules and never mix and match them with different ones as this could cause system crashes and problems with lots of memory errors. When going to a local store and asking a sales rep for compatible ram they will ask you what is the make and model of your computer and what your processor speed is because your processor speed also determines your bus speed because your ram will not operate above that speed it will simply clock down (if it is rated higher than what your processor speed is), with this information they will look up any compatible ram they may have in stock. Hope this answers your question and if you need further assistance please let me know.

    p.s. your motherboard can support up to a pentium 4 class processor, but this may be different than what you have in your system.

    If you do not mind, please rate my help as I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks

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    ECS M925 1.0 sdramm to ddr memory


    The normal DDR Ram is supported..It doesn't support DDR2..

    Nov 03, 2007 | PC Chips (M925G) Motherboard

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