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Old 10-28-2007
Qfreed
 

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ECC memory
Given that all other parameters such as capacity, frequency, data type, etc.
are the same, can error correcting memory (ECC) be mixed with non-ECC memory
or is the motherboard only capable of accepting one or the other?
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Old 10-29-2007
Juan Perez
 

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Re: ECC memory
Hi:

I will be better if you check the spec of your MOBO and see if the mix of
ECC and NON ECC is supported.

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> Given that all other parameters such as capacity, frequency, data type,
> etc.
> are the same, can error correcting memory (ECC) be mixed with non-ECC
> memory
> or is the motherboard only capable of accepting one or the other?
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