No. The MCH is setting the ECC and parity checking to zero. This means that it is disabling the checking features and using the entire chip density like non-parity.
You can use ECC and Parity on non parity boards but you cannot use Non-parity on parity boards. If the board is looking for parity and can't find it, it will go on strike and not work for you until it gets what it wants. Like I stated above, on non-parity boards the error checking and parity bit checking are hardwired to zero and won't look for the extra bits.
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