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This is a discussion on ram specs within the RAM and Power Supply Support forums, part of the Tech Support Forum category. hello to everyone, i have 1 stick of vdata mdgvd5f3h4850d1e02 ddr400 2.5 512mx16 ,and 1 stick of elixir M2U51264DS88B1G-5T DDR


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Old 02-15-2008, 01:46 AM   #1
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hello to everyone,
i have 1 stick of vdata mdgvd5f3h4850d1e02 ddr400 2.5 512mx16,and 1 stick of elixir M2U51264DS88B1G-5T
DDR SDRAM PC3200 512MB
.i can't find the specs of the vdata.
mounting them together on my mobo asrock p4i65g gives me blue screen errors,but one at a time they both run fine.
what's the difference between both?
i'm planning on installing two sticks of 1gb for dual channel on my asrock p4i65g.
what i want to know is what kind of ram should i but?low density?
thanks for any help

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Intel, NVIDIA and ATi chipsets (regardless of CPU) and AMD Athlon 64 memory controllers (regardless of chipset) do not support high density DDR memory (made with x4 IC chips); those systems require memory modules with x8 IC chips ("standard density" modules) in order to work, and any memory modules made with x16 IC chips ("low density" modules) that are to be used in such systems are limited to single-sided (single-ranked) modules only. Only the Socket A and Socket 478 motherboards with a VIA or an SiS chipset will even work with such "high density" modules.
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