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Missing part I need to switch from SDRAM to DDR and the 2 80-pin jumpers are missing. If anyone knows where I can find these, please let me know. Thanks.

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This motherboard comes with 2 sets of jumpers. I removed mine to run my old sdram. To use DDR, you need these jumpers in place. either find them, put in single ones, or solder links.

 

The response was not "non truth" as you have your jumpers for your DDR !!

Posted on Oct 21, 2007

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The response is a non-truth. i currently run the mobo with DDR266 on the ddr slots though it has all the jumpers in place

Posted on May 01, 2007

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Hi, Sorry to tell you but this motherboard supports ONLY SDRAM memory. There is no way that a DDR memory will fit into this motherboard. What you can do is add another SDRAM memory for better performance.

Posted on Apr 28, 2007

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    Sorry, double-checked it. Was checking on the wrong motherboard. It does support DDR. You can obtain jumper pins from an old motherboard or from a tech repair shop. They always have extra. For this motherboard to run on DDR, you are right it needs the jumpers on.

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