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Sunday, December 17, 2017

Memory matters

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Memory matters
Q. Can I install an ECC DIMM on a Non-ECC motherboard?
A. Most motherboards that do not have an ECC function within the BIOS are still able to use a module with ECC, but the module will run in non-ECC mode.

Keep in mind, there are some cases where the motherboard will not accept an ECC module, depending on the BIOS programming. The only sure-fire way to test this is to place the module in the motherboard and see if the BIOS will recognize the memory addition.

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