Supported DDR on this Motherboard

  BBez 12:14 09 Oct 2003

Hi, had a problem with a PC i've built. Trying to run CCTV system from it but CCTV system doesn't support VIA chipsets, which i didn't know before purchasing it. Now looking at a board that has SiS chipset but unsure of the DDR supported RAM on the PC chips board i'm looking at. I'm looking just to replace mobo and keep existing CPU and DDR.

DDR i have at present is 256MB PC 2100 2.5 volt and the PC Chips memory spec states "2 184-pin DDR DIMM Sockets to support two 2.5V DDR SDRAMs (DDR400, conditional)". click here

I'm unsure if this RAM will be supported and not sure what the "DDR400, conditional" means. Any help with this, thanks in advance...

  clayton 12:45 09 Oct 2003

The memory you have will work fine with this motherboard, pc chips are not the most reliable boards.

  BBez 12:51 09 Oct 2003

yes i know but i'm struggling to get better on ebuyer (where the client gets his supplies from) that has an SiS chipset as the tech support for the CCTV system are unsure about the NVidia N-Force chipset.

Thank you very much for clearing up the DDR query though...

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