ECC Memory Supported CPu and Non ECC RAM

well i am building a basic PC for my friend .
The Config is
Core i3 3220 [ ECC Memory Supported CPU ]
motherboard GA-B75M-D3H
Memory : G.Skill F3-12800CL9D-4GBXL. but its Non-ECC
Does it make any difference ?

or i will get error or compatibility issue .
3 answers Last reply
More about memory supported
  1. It won't be a problem unless you start mixing ECC-RAM with non-ECC RAM.
    However, if a board supports ECC-RAM you really ought to take advantage of that as it will provide greater data integrity.

    If you do decide to use non-ECC RAM on a system that supports ECC RAM, you may have to specify non-ECC memory in the BIOS settings, depending on the specific memory controller and how it initializes memory.
  2. That means there wont be any compatibility issue , i just need to set values in BIOS .
    Thanks no problem .
  3. According to the manual that motherboard only support non-ECC memory. I found it in Section 1.2 of the manual.
Ask a new question

Read More

Memory CPUs