Question about Intel Server Board S875WP1-E (S875WP1LX) Motherboard

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I bought P3200 ddr 400 1gb memory and when i install it , it does not show up. any ideas why and if there is something i can do .

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  • bruce jache Apr 10, 2011

    i purchased 4 x 1gb PC 3200 DDR 400 MHZ in matched sets from same vender at same time.when i installed them it would not even boot to bios.when i removed one of them and put in a 256 mb it booted but did not show the other three.

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The Intel® Server Board S875WP1-E supports both ECC and Non ECC Unbuffered PC2100 (266 MHz), PC2700 (333 MHz), or PC3200 (400 MHz) compliant Double Data Rate (DDR) memory modules. Dual channel memory functionality requires two DIMM modules installed into DIMM sockets 1A & 1B, and then DIMM sockets 2A & 2B. The DIMM module size, speed and vendor must be the same.

You can install a single 128 MB memory module into DIMM socket 1A. The minimum supported memory size is 128 MB. The minimum main memory configuration is a single 128 MB memory module, and the maximum configurable memory size is 4GB. With only a single memory module installed, the system will only operate using a one memory channel.

Third party memory vendors may use the same module part number with different
DRAM vendors and die revisions. To insure proper system operation, verify that each DRAM
vendor and die revision has been separately tested and qualified. Please notify CMTL if there is a discrepancy.

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