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From: William R. Walsh on 7 Jul 2010 10:29
> Although, I thought it would just then run both sticks as non-ECC.
No, I don't think it will. ECC changes the way the memory works, and
the memory controller has to be able to deal with it. As best I know,
the Intel 845/845G chipsets cannot handle ECC memory. (From what I
remember, Dell systems using this chipset will only beep in protest if
ECC-equipped memory modules are installed.)
From: Christopher Muto on 7 Jul 2010 10:54
> On Tue, 06 Jul 2010 22:52:13 -0400, Christopher Muto
> <muto(a)worldnet.att.net> wrote:
>> thirdly newegg censors reviews and even
>> refuses to publish some reviews entirely
> I didn't realize that.
> How did you find that out ?
by having some of my reviews censored and/or rejected entirely of
course. they are particularly sensitive to comments regarding the
non-payment of rebates. and i assure you that i dot my i's and cross my
t's when it comes to rebates...
From: powrwrap on 7 Jul 2010 11:02
> On Jul 6, 8:10 pm, Christopher Muto <m...(a)worldnet.att.net> wrote:
> for just $5
> more you can get a new major on major module from newegg (pqi brand -
> just like dell puts in machines themselves) with lifetime warranty and
> known compatibility.http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820141166
I was kind of spooked by the several negative reviews on the pqi brand
stick but after your post I'm going for it. Thanks for the replies