[CentOS] Memtest86+ running time
John R Pierce
pierce at hogranch.com
Fri Nov 12 16:55:34 EST 2010
On 11/12/10 12:21 PM, Keith Roberts wrote:
> On Fri, 12 Nov 2010, John R Pierce wrote:
>> that sounds quite likely. some of those modules have two banks on the
>> single module, and I seriously doubt a system is going to like a single
>> bank and a dual bank module in a dual channel environment.
>> I got in the habit a long time ago of *always* using
>> matched memory modules.
> I've learnt my lesson now John.
> Well at least I won't mix hi and lo density modules again.
> Here's the link for my Asrock m/b:
> It does not support dual channel memory.
no, but look at these constraints on the memory vs cpu FSB speeds
*CPU* - Socket 462, supporting AMD Athlon, Athlon XP, Duron
- FSB 400/333/266/200 MHz
*Chipset* - SiS^® 748
*Memory* - DDR non-ECC, un-buffered memory
- DDR400, Max. capacity of system memory: 1GB (FSB 400/333 MHz)*
- DDR333, Max. capacity of system memory: 2GB (FSB 400/333/266/200 MHz)
- DDR266/200, Max. capacity of system memory: 3GB (FSB 333/266/200 MHz)
*According to SiS^® official document, SiS^® 748 chipset has limitation
CPU at FSB 200MHz mode, it will NOT support DDR400
CPU at FSB 333MHz mode, it will NOT support DDR200
CPU at FSB 400MHz mode, it will NOT support DDR200/DDR266
I don't know which CPU you have, but, for instance, if its a 400Mhz CPU,
you can't use 200/266 memory, and if you're not using 200/266 memory,
you can't have 3 dimms at all. Your PC2100 is 266Mhz memory.
And let just toss out that I personally would scrap any motherboard
containing SiS (or VIA) chipsets in a blink if it was giving me any
trouble at all.
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