Question about Gigabyte GA-8IPE1000-G (MBGA81PE1000G) Motherboard
According to the Gigabyte website
that motherboard only has DDR slots (4 of them), so, no you cannot use DDR2 RAM modules.
If you do manage to make it fit, the pins won't line up because DDR can be 184pin or 200pin, and DDR2 can be 214-pin, 240-pin, 244-pin.
Since your memory slots or only DDR, there is no way that the DDR2 would make the connections that it would need to make in order for it to work.
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Posted on Dec 30, 2010
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Hi, does your board have 2 diferent color RAM slots?
if it does you must install the RAM in the same color slots.
If not then you have the option of buying a 512 stick of RAM and installing that as a quick fix. The other alternative is to have your board tested by a technician.
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