will this memory fit into a KT400 mobo?

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by fred.do, Jun 24, 2003.

  1. fred.do

    fred.do Guest

    I intend to this motherboard:
    Gigabyte SoA VIA KT400 ATX A

    and 2 of these memory chips:
    Dabsvalue 512MB 184Pin DIMM PC3200 DDR RAM Non-Parity CL2.5

    Question Time:

    1) What does 'Non-Parity CL2.5' mean in the memory chips title?

    2) Will those memory chips install and operate fine in the motherboard?
    I ask this question because on Gigabyte's website for the motherboard, it
    has this list of "recommended DDR400 (PC3200) memory modules" for the
    Is there a chance the memory modules I buy will not work with this
    Please note The manufacturer of the memory modules I intend to buy is
    'Dabsvalue' which is DABS.com very own brand of hardware that is very cheap,

    fred.do, Jun 24, 2003
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    Amethyst Guest

    Buying cheap RAM is akin to buying a cheap PSU - it may work and work well
    for a while, but it will certainly cost you a lot more in the long run. Best
    to purchase quality to begin with.

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    Amethyst, Jun 24, 2003
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    Crucial guarantees that these DIMMs will be compatible with the GA-7VA:

    Crucial's PC3200, 512MB DIMM costs less than the one at Dabs. And Crucial offers free
    delivery via Royal Mail Special Delivery.
    [email protected], Jun 24, 2003
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    fred do, Jun 24, 2003
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