| | Re: Memories compatibility for Asus P5GPL-X SE
On Mon, 26 Mar 2012 14:47:40 -0400, Paul <email@example.com> wrote:
> It takes DDR, like PC3200.
I' ll buy it.
Thank you for your valuable informations!
The informations are much complexes and techniques but I' ll take
advantage of you and i' ll ask you more questions again..
> chips on the module. The entire module PCB, wasn't made by Samsung.
What are Pcb modules? The PCB is abbreviation of something?
> Instead, you seek brand names such as Crucial, Kingston, Geil,
> Corsair, and so on.
Can I buy MW brand name Ddr400 pc3200 cl3 184pin 8bit. I have never
known this brand.
"MW" are the initials of an ebay user name, the seller of these
memories, with over 90000 feedback!!
Or shall be compatibles:
2 x 1GB RAM CORSAIR Pro Series Xtreme Memory Speed DDR 400?
> Now, we try an Intel document, to see if that is true.
Then for a correct memories I need to seek devices not x4 chips
> The chipset supports two kinds of RAM, but the motherboard
> slots only support one kind of RAM (PC3200). From PDF page 27
> "Supports non-ECC memory only.
> * Supports 256-Mb, 512-Mb and 1-Gb DDR/DDR2 technologies
> * Supports only x8, x16, DDR/DDR2 devices with four banks
> and also supports eight bank, 1-Gbit DDR2 devices."
It means that supports x8 chips on motherboards with four slots and
x16 chips with eight slots?
> "By using 1-Gb technology, the largest memory capacity is 8 GB
What is 1G-bit technology
> 32M rows/bank * 4 banks/device * 8 columns * 8 devices/rank *
> 4 ranks/channel * 2 channel * 1b/(row*column) * 1G/1024M *
1B/8b = 8 GB.
It' s very difficult for me to understand it..
> Though it is possible to put 8 GB in system by stuffing both
> channels this way, the (G)MCH is still limited to 4 GB of
> addressable space due to the number of address pins on the FSB."
It' s an advanced technical info.
What is the (G)MCH?
> A quick browsing of the Newegg product lists, shows 2x1GB as
> the largest kind of PC3200 you can buy. There are no 2x2GB PC3200
> for sale. So you'll have to stick with the configuration recommended
> by Asus in the first place, or 2x1GB max.
It' s the much better!!
Thanks a lot!