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Topic # 32903 27-Apr-2009 05:32
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hello there

i have bought amd processor atholon x2 4200 and asus motherboard M2V-TVm .

in the motherboard manual, specification for the ram are


1. ecc non buffered 2gb DDR2 Ram 533/677


but now in the market non buffered ram is not available. Can i use full buffered ram istead?

and if i install 64 bit xp professional window, can i use 4 gb ram?

can i use 800/1060/1333 Mhz ram in M2V-TVM asus motherboard.



what will be the highest ram i camn use with this motherboard, and will it be beneficial?
 

please somebody help me i am in jeopardy.....Yell

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  Reply # 209647 27-Apr-2009 10:13
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engrrehan: but now in the market non buffered ram is not available. Can i use full buffered ram istead?

Most likely registered ECC (full-buffered) will work fine with latest BIOS.

and if i install 64 bit xp professional window, can i use 4 gb ram?

Only 2GB appears to be "supported", which means 2x1GB in dual-channel - though alot of the time "supported" dosen't mean the board won't do it.

can i use 800/1060/1333 Mhz ram in M2V-TVM asus motherboard.

I'm fairly sure you'll be locked to using DDR667 (PC-5300) modules.

what will be the highest ram i camn use with this motherboard, and will it be beneficial?

As above, with that CPU DDR667 will be alot better than DDR533.

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