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Re: memory for an LX164
From: Steven N. Hirsch (shirschadelphia.net)
Date: Wed Jan 11 2006 - 18:58:54 CST
On Wed, 11 Jan 2006, A. Devine wrote:
> > For example, Kingston KVR133X72C3/256 (PC133) does NOT work, it is not
> > recognized by the motherboard at all. I tested this myself.
> > On the other hand, Kingston KVR100X72C2/256 (PC100) seems to work fine. I
> > tested this myself also.
> > The Kingston part numbers would lead one to think that the main
> > differences between these modules are the maximum supported frequency
> > (133 MHz vs. 100 MHz) and minimum CAS latency (3 clocks vs. 2 clocks),
> > but since the 164LX uses a frequency less than 100 MHz (66?), and both of
> > these modules should reach CL=2 at 100 MHz or less, the differences do
> > not seem significant.
> > Juhana Helovuo
> Makes me wonder if 512MB modules would work in UP2000 boards...
I have a UP2000+ and was under the impression that it required registered
DIMMs. Is that what those Kingston numbers are?
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