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Old July 7th 03, 03:48 AM
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Default Memory question for Intel 865PERL

I can't seem to find the manual online but I'm thinking about getting this
motherboard from Intel. The main question I have is memory. Do I need 2
sticks of DDR 400 or can I just buy 1 512 Meg stick? I'm guessing this is a
Duak DDR board so I need 2 sticks but I'm not sure. Thanks.


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Old July 7th 03, 04:56 AM
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grendel wrote:

I can't seem to find the manual online but I'm thinking about getting this
motherboard from Intel. The main question I have is memory. Do I need 2
sticks of DDR 400 or can I just buy 1 512 Meg stick? I'm guessing this is a
Duak DDR board so I need 2 sticks but I'm not sure. Thanks.



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Intel D865PERL support site:
http://support.intel.com/support/mot...ktop/d865perl/

You can use a single 512MB DIMM, but of course the board will only run in
single-channel mode. If you want the advantages of dual-channel mode, you will
need to install DIMMs in matched pairs.



 




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