RAM placement

By eddy05
Jun 3, 2002
  1. I'm using a 4 RIMM motherboard, current in this placement:
    64,64 - 64,64
    I know RDRAMs have to be installed in pairs (at least in my case I think) but can the two pairs be of different capacity? as in:
    64,64 - 256,256
    (Upgrading 2 64mb RDRAM to 2 256mb RDRAM)

    Oh yah I've a second question. Why is "Intel chipset recommended" when I'm installing my USB ADSL modem?
  2. Vehementi

    Vehementi TechSpot Paladin Posts: 2,704

    Oh I'm sure it will...Try it and see, if it works your system will boot, and the memory test will read "640 MB". If it doesn't, your system just won't boot. There's no real reason why it wouldn't.

    Is your DSL modem made by Intel? If not, I don't even know what to say...
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