Re: Which 965 Express Chipset Motherboards Will Allow full 4GB of
You might be right. While my BIOS and Windows itself aren't showing 4096 MB
of memory, another utility I have shows that I do have 4 x 1024MB modules
installed. I'm not sure what to believe...haha.
> "mikeynavy1" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> >I currently have an Asus P5AD2-E Premium motherboard with 4GB of RAM
> > installed (4 x 1GB non-ECC DIMMS). My BIOS only shows 3.2GB because of
> > memory allocation issues (motherboard doesn't support remapping) even
> > though
> > it said it would support 4GB. I'm running Windows Vista x64 so my OS
> > isn't
> > the problem. I want to get a new motherboard that will allow me to
> > utilize
> > all 4GB of 1GB DIMMS and my Pentium 4 670 processor. I'm looking at the
> > P965
> > and G965 chipset as I don't need the 975X...processor is too slow and I'm
> > not
> > a gamer. I don't want to spend a lot of money either. I'll upgrade my
> > processor and memory next year when quad-core technology becomes
> > mainstream.
> > Can someone tell me which 965 motherboards out there will let me use all
> > 4GB
> > on Windows Vista Ultimate 64-bit? Please help ASAP!
> ??? I might be wrong ... but...
> not showing the full size of RAM does not necessary mean yet,
> that it doesn't utilize it in full or is not supporting the entire
> 4GB RAM.