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SRao7
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Hi Sir iam using intel DG41RQ mother board it supports DDR2 4GB + 4GB = 8GB ddr2 right now RAM's are not available at resellers i want to purchase these rams from online, iam confuse at ECC and NON-ECC rams, so please check this link and tells me which ra

Hi Sir iam using intel DG41RQ mother board it supports DDR2 4GB + 4GB = 8GB ddr2 right now RAM's are not available at resellers i want to purchase these rams from online, iam confuse at ECC and NON-ECC rams, so please check this link and tells me which rams supported to my mother board

http://www.aliexpress.com/wholesale?catId=0&initiative_id=SB_20150601035956&SearchText=ddr2+4gb+ Shop ddr2 4gb online - Buy ddr2 4gb for unbeatable low prices on AliExpress.com

or any online retailers please send me link

Thanking You

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ppara5
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In general, ECC memory is used in servers and non-ECC memory is used in laptops and desktops.

Newegg shows 113 different varieties of DDR2 800 memory, so I think you need to find a different supplier.

BDora
Beginner
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I agree that there is 'some' memory out there, but like the original writer I have been totally unable to find and 4GB sticks so I can max out this intel motherboard....that did not cost more than board is worth. Example, I did find it for $100. So if you can point me to a better direction I would be very appreciative. Thanks.

BDora
Beginner
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I agree that there is 'some' memory out there, but like the original writer I have been totally unable to find and 4GB sticks so I can max out this intel motherboard....that did not cost more than board is worth. Example, I did find it for $100. So if you can point me to a better direction I would be very appreciative. Thanks.

ppara5
Valued Contributor I
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In general, ECC memory is used in servers and non-ECC memory is used in laptops and desktops.

Newegg shows 113 different varieties of DDR2 800 memory, so I think you need to find a different supplier.

BDora
Beginner
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I agree that there is 'some' memory out there, but like the original writer I have been totally unable to find and 4GB sticks so I can max out this intel motherboard....that did not cost more than board is worth. Example, I did find it for $100. So if you can point me to a better direction I would be very appreciative. Thanks.

BDora
Beginner
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I agree that there is 'some' memory out there, but like the original writer I have been totally unable to find and 4GB sticks so I can max out this intel motherboard....that did not cost more than board is worth. Example, I did find it for $100. So if you can point me to a better direction I would be very appreciative. Thanks.

IUman
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Please check the compatible RAMs for this motherboard at the following link:

http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/boards-and-kits/desktop-boards/000005685.html?wapkw=d... http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/boards-and-kits/desktop-boards/000005685.html?wapkw=d...

I would say the Kingston RAM will be easier to find.

Regards

Ivan

IUman
Honored Contributor II
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Please check the compatible RAMs for this motherboard at the following link:

http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/boards-and-kits/desktop-boards/000005685.html?wapkw=d... http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/boards-and-kits/desktop-boards/000005685.html?wapkw=d...

I would say the Kingston RAM will be easier to find.

Regards

Ivan

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