Re: A Reverse Crucial?
Still practically the same with DDR2. If you have one of the rare DDR3 P45, X38, or X48 boards chances are you are limited to 1333 and a max of 4GB per DIMM.
The thing to know here is the only real differences between RAM is the timings, speed, and the capacity per stick. Theoretically if you set the timings and speed accordingly you can support any stick you want regardless, as long as you aren't surpassing the capacity limit. Even still, motherboards released yesteryear that say they only support a certain amount can sometimes support more than specified. They only marked that because at the time of creation and release they didn't have say, 8GB or 4GB sticks like we have today.
So to answer your original question, no there is no such thing that I'm aware of that you're asking for. Memory compatibility isn't a set in stone issue like CPUs. You have a 90% chance of your memory working in any motherboard as long as you stick within the specifications.
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