does ECC matter.

Does ECC on rdram even matter. Does it increase performance, stability, etc.

The more you run over a cat, the flatter it gets.
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  1. ECC is really only used for servers and other critical applications.
    For average users it does nothing and its slower than normal ram, not to mention rediculously expensive.


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  2. Expensive, yes, and it reduces performance by 3%.

    My frog asked me for a straw...dunno what happened his ass all over the place :eek:
  3. I suggest you take a look at the FAQs at <A HREF="http://www.crucial.com" target="_new">http://www.crucial.com</A>. I realize you're looking at RDRAM, but there's still some good info there.

    Rob
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  4. thanks alot.

    No matter how hard you don't want them to, Things eventually change.
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