Cool. When I oc'd my 900 to 1.2 ghz i forget to adjust the memory to a 1:1 ratio, and it worked perfectly (PC133 SDRAM). When at a higher ratio, the only thing making the system unstable was the memory at 150 mhz.
I'm not sure to goto 143 or 145 FSB. 2717 mhz vs 2755.
I wonder if 2 mhz will make a difference in AGP/PCI/IDE stability.
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768mb? How could you do that? RDRAM is dual channel in series. You need at least two sticks w/ the same amount of memory. If I remember right, they sell in 128, 256, 512, and maybe 1gig. Any of those *2 or *4 doesnt equal out to 768.
Yes! You CAN use two different pairs of RDRAM.
My Willy is running with 2x64 plus 2x128
The info from suppliers can be confusing. I believe the following are true:
A. Both RDIMMs in a pair must be the same size in MB
B. They must all be ECC or they must all be non-ECC
C. The number of devices in each channel must be the same.
I know XP Pro and above will support 1GB and up. But will XP home support 1 GB? W95, W98, and Wme complain that there is not enough memory if it is 1GB or more.
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