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Old 06-30-2007, 11:23 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Default Re: Why does DDR1 work but not DDR2?

Originally Posted by peterhuang913 View Post
Ok this has to stop.
Listen up, noobie . I have an ECS mobo. It has both the ddr and ddr2 standards.
The slots look like this:
The memory controller only boots on ONE type of memory at a time, so you cant run ddr and ddr2 at the same time

lucky me, i STILL have it
so I was half right I just didn't bother to look up the board. My bad for any confusion I might of caused

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