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Old December 4th 03, 03:09 AM
Thomas Goldsmith
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Default Will this Memory work with the NF7-S

I was wondering if this Memory works with the NF7-S.
The Memory Config at the site does not bring it up for this board.

Kingston HyperX KHX3200/512 512MB DDR400 PC3200 Memory w/Heat Spreader
a.. New HyperX Enthusiast Grade Modules:
a.. Designed and built by the world's largest independent memory
b.. High performance DDR memory tested at speeds up to 400MHz
c.. CAS Latency 2 support for leading-edge performance
d.. 184-pin 400MHz (PC3200) Unbuffered DDR Modules
e.. Dual-bank 512MB modules
f.. Aluminum heat spreader for thermal diffusion
g.. HyperX memory modules based upon latest specifications and designs
h.. Kingston's memory chips were custom-packaged for Kingston and screened
to support the rated speeds on multi-million dollar testers (400MHz for
i.. Backed by Kingston's reputation for quality and support

a.. Kingston HyperX Features:
a.. 184-pin 400MHz (PC3200) Unbuffered DDR Modules
b.. 400MHz settings: 2-2-2-6-1 (CAS Latency 2)
c.. Dual-bank 512MB modules
d.. Aluminum heat spreader for thermal diffusion
e.. PC3200 PCB height: 1.200" (30.48mm)
If so.. Which should I buy??
512MB HyperX DDR PC3200 400MHz DIMM 2-2-2-6-1 CL2

512MB HyperX DDR PC3200 400MHz DIMM 2-3-2-6-1 CL2

512MB 400MHz DDR PC3200 DIMM CL2.5

If none these work well.. Please Recommend something better.


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