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Topic # 110798 16-Oct-2012 12:57 Send private message

Hello,

Just had a couple of quick questions,

1/ Trying to find some cheap DDR2 800 (4GB total) but everywhere seems to be quite expensive, anyone know of a good place?

2/ Currently have an Intel p35 board and since putting in an NVidia GTX560 it does a 'count' to 100, anyone know how to stop this? Also how to stop the 'Intel' screen at the start? Managed to do this on another board but not this one.

Thank you,

Scott

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Uber Geek
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  Reply # 702050 16-Oct-2012 13:22 Send private message

DDR2 RAM is slowly disappearing so prices are going up unfortunately.




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  Reply # 702052 16-Oct-2012 13:29 Send private message

leo0787sx: Hello,

Just had a couple of quick questions,

1/ Trying to find some cheap DDR2 800 (4GB total) but everywhere seems to be quite expensive, anyone know of a good place?

2/ Currently have an Intel p35 board and since putting in an NVidia GTX560 it does a 'count' to 100, anyone know how to stop this? Also how to stop the 'Intel' screen at the start? Managed to do this on another board but not this one.

Thank you,

Scott


Kingston HyperX RAM Module 4 GB (2 x 2 GB) DDR2 SDRAM 800 MHz Non-ECC 240pin for $130 brand new. Email me your details if you are interested - [email protected].

Look through your BIOS for a "quick boot" option. From your description, the normal boot process is checking ram and other diagnostics on start.

Cheers

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