Is the RAM used for network servers different from the ones used in normal compu Tags: RAM Servers Motherboards Last response: September 28, 2010 6:49 PM in Motherboards Share Anonymous a b V Motherboard September 28, 2010 6:07:18 PM In what way is it different? More about : ram network servers normal compu Snipergod87 a b V Motherboard September 28, 2010 6:13:08 PM This sounds like a homework question. I wont do your homework for you. JDFan a b V Motherboard September 28, 2010 6:49:51 PM Servers and application critical systems use ECC memory while most home systems use non-ecc memory - Here is an article that give an explanation of the difference Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedCan I used two or more different 280x brands in one computer?? Forum Solvedwhat network devices are normally used in a company?? Forum SolvedCan you use two different brands of ram in one computer Forum Using two different internet connections on one network. Forum Can i use different brands of ram that have same specs only one difference is... Forum Can I use RAM from a different computer to upgrade my current one? Forum SolvedQuiet 32-64 GB RAM Server for home (used) Forum Solved3 Sticks of ram In my Z77 Extreme 4 One not being used but is recognized. Forum SolvedCan i use ECC RAM For normal usage? Forum SolvedCan I use my old RAM until new ones arrive? Forum SolvedCan you use 2 different types of ram, in a dual channel config? Forum SolvedUsing 2 different RAM brands Forum SolvedCan I use 2 different types of RAM in my motherboard? Forum SolvedCan You use two different RAM Brands? Forum Can I use 2 different sets of RAM modules in one motherboard? Forum Can RAM of different frequency be used together? Forum SolvedCombine my pedestal server for personal use and to host one or two dedicated servers Forum Is HP RAM compatible when used in a Fujitsu server? Forum Can two wifi routers be used on one network to isolate the network and provide security to to router I use at home. Forum SolvedCan I use normal DDR3(not the low powered one) in my Hp probook 450 G1 Forum More resources Read discussions in other Motherboards categories BIOS Boot Chipsets ASRock Asus Chaintech DFI Elitegroup FIC Foxconn Gigabyte Intel MSI-Microstar !