Posted on 2004-08-10
I have a 1GB module of DDR333 PC2700 RAM and it's classified as High Density due to its 64x4 configuration.
So how does it work? Like how is 32Mx8-bitsx4 1GB?
What is mine? 64Mx???x4? the 4 means how many banks right? The number of megs means how many megs per chip? What's the bits?
I'm looking for a motherboard (on this planet preferrably) that supports my RAM in full LOL!
My ASUS A7V8X-X doesn't support it AT ALL and my ABit only sees it as 512mb.
I'm getting an Athlon 64 and can't find a motherboard that has support for it, or this information is simply unpublished.
What motherboard (Gigabyte, ABit, ASUS, MSI, Intel, or any brand actually) with the VIA800 chipset or nForce3 chipset has support for High Density memory? That is my question.