Rambus Crimm modules

I want to upgrade my memory, I have an intel D850GB motherboard. It currently has two 128MB non-ECC 800 rimms in one bank and two Crimms in the other bank. What are the Crimms for? Can I just drop two 256MB rimms in the second bank and take out the Crimms?
tia,
Doug
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  1. Okay, I found the answer somewhere else. For anyone who is interested; Crimms are used to fill out the memory banks. There can be no empty slots in an RDRAM system so a Crimm is a rimm module without any chips.
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