Chaintech mobo - what RAM ?

  Anonymouse 23:30 18 Aug 2003
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Old Chaintech 6LTM mobo - Slot1.

Its got 3 memory slots, one of which has a 64MB PC66 SDRAM stick in.

Will it be OK if I put some PC100 RAM in the other 2 slots ?

I know it will only run at the lowest speed RAM, but as I've got the PC100 RAM spare - it seems a good use ?

  Djohn 23:43 18 Aug 2003

128MB SDRAM, 66MHz Is what the Crucial site recommends.

Here are the specs. for your board. Hope it's of some help. j.

Motherboard Info:
Chipset: Intel 440LX
Supported DRAM Types: SDR SDRAM only
SDR SDRAM Frequencies: PC66
DDR SDRAM Frequencies: Not Supported
RDRAM Frequencies: Not Supported
72-pin SIMM Banking: Not Supported
168-pin DIMM Banking: 2 (2 banks of 1)
184-pin DIMM Banking: Not Supported
184-pin RIMM Banking: Not Supported
232-pin RIMM Banking: Not Supported


Module Types Supported: Unbuffered only
Max FPM: Not Supported
Max EDO: Not Supported


Max Unbuffered SDR SDRAM: 384MB
Max Registered SDR SDRAM: Not Supported
Max Unbuffered DDR SDRAM: Not Supported
Max Registered DDR SDRAM: Not Supported
Max RDRAM: Not Supported


Error Detection Support: ECC and non-ECC
AGP Support: 1x and 2x
Max Component Density: 64Mb

  Anonymouse 23:51 18 Aug 2003

Already looked at Crucial thanks, but it doesn't answer my question ?

  Djohn 00:19 19 Aug 2003

I'm not sure, that's why I checked with the Crucial site and M/Board specs. I do know that in most cases it is ok to use the higher rated RAM and it will just default to the lowest stick on-board. Can't see any reason for it to be different in your set-up, but best to wait for conformation. Regards. j.

  Anonymouse 08:35 19 Aug 2003

refresh

  Anonymouse 21:14 19 Aug 2003

Anyone ?

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