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Sempron 3000+ socket AM2 on an Nvidia 6100+405mcp-based mobo, will it work with ECC-registered mems?

i have 4 pcs of 1-gb ddr2-400mhz (a.k.a pc2-3200) rams lying around and i want to make use of them. i want to make 2 systems, cheapo ones, from these and Socket AM2 Semprons caught my eye.

will the mobo chipset and the integrated controller of the Sempron work with ECC-registered registered mems?

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8/22/2022 - Mon

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thanks for the input man.

ive checked with crucial site, no such mobo on the asrock models (probably coz this one's a new one, out only late august). anyway, the closest one was the am2nf4g-sata2 and it showed ram modules that were non-ECC. i also tested, another model that ive known to support ecc mems, the k8nf4g-sata did not show ecc modules on the compatible mem chart either.

anyone else?
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