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TE Chea December 13th 07 05:52 PM

VIA kt266a ( north bridge ) can use 1gb dimm ?
 
Mboard ( Jetway v266b ) manual says up to 512mb dimm
only. I like to use the highest size dimm possible.
Any1 here has experience of kt266a with a 1gb dimm ?



Wes Newell December 13th 07 11:59 PM

VIA kt266a ( north bridge ) can use 1gb dimm ?
 
On Fri, 14 Dec 2007 00:52:17 +0800, TE Chea wrote:

Mboard ( Jetway v266b ) manual says up to 512mb dimm only. I like to
use the highest size dimm possible. Any1 here has experience of kt266a
with a 1gb dimm ?


If the manual says 512M max, then I' say that's the largest size you can
use and get use of the full 512M. If you try a 1G dimm it will only give
you half of it, unless the board is really wired for 1GB, and the kt266A
actually supports 1 GB dimms. My advice, forget it, or start searching for
info on the kt266a memory controller and chip pinout. And good luck with
that. Or just try one. It won't damage anything.

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Paul December 14th 07 05:41 AM

VIA kt266a ( north bridge ) can use 1gb dimm ?
 
TE Chea wrote:
Mboard ( Jetway v266b ) manual says up to 512mb dimm
only. I like to use the highest size dimm possible.
Any1 here has experience of kt266a with a 1gb dimm ?


Information is available from Crucial, he

http://www.crucial.com/store/listparts.aspx?model=V266B

Paul


TE Chea December 14th 07 09:58 AM

VIA kt266a ( north bridge ) can use 1gb dimm ?
 
thanks




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