THG in need of a Memory FAQ

Many people have been talking about a memory FAQ.

And well.. why don't we start?

The memory FAQ will be much wider in scop than the other FAQs. I'm sure people are aware of this challenge.

I have already a list of things from personal experience in the field of memory. And possible I can edit if for general use.

General topics include:
-Technical support & troubleshooting
-Chips
-Modules
-PCB
-Overclocking
-Motherboard support
-Nomenclature
-SDRAM, DDR, DDR2, RAMBUS
-Memory Standards (JEDEC)
-Companies, Manufacturers and brokers

So Let me ask you guys:

<b>What topics do you feel are important in a memory FAQ?</b>


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  1. Sounds good to me... I think we have enough minds here to construct a FAQ


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  2. I think a RAM sticky is a very good idea, a lot of the questions I see on the RAM forum are very similar.

    If you post the start of one Im sure a few people will add their two cents.
  3. I think having your anal virginity stolen by wingding, is too high a price to pay to find out if your PC3200 will work at PC2700 speeds.
  4. Those topics are good enough to start, and cover almost everything.

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  5. I'll work a little by little each day when I get the chance.

    Please message me if you would like anything to be added to the FAQ.

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  6. May want to add a blurb about dual-channel.

    Mike.
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