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Gigabyte GA-7VT600


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I would really doubt it! Most of the MB's with this chipset will only run at DDR400 with one module with this chipset and its not dual channel so running 2 modules that are aggressive with the timings may not work as well as say Nforce2 chipset.
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[quote name='RAM GUY']I would really doubt it! Most of the MB's with this chipset will only run at DDR400 with one module with this chipset and its not dual channel so running 2 modules that are aggressive with the timings may not work as well as say Nforce2 chipset.[/QUOTE] Thanks for the reply. I was browsing the Corsair website and read the March 2004 issue of "Currents" which indicates TwinX 1024-3200LL should work with an Athlon processor and KT600 chipset (which is what the GA-7VT600 has). Here's the link to Currents - the chart is at the bottom of the page. [url]http://www.corsairmemory.com/corsair/currents/CurrentsMAR04.html#iyf[/url] Is this a mistake? Thanks in advance for the help.
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Well, That's a different manufacturer then your original post for one thing, and second the modules are compatible with any MB that takes un-buffered memory. However compatible does not mean they will be able to run at the advertised speed of the modules on every MB! The ASUS MB states that DDR400 support for 2 modules only, but you would still need to have a CPU of a certain speed to run DDR400, please see [URL=http://www.asus.com/prog/spec.asp?m=A7V600&langs=01]ASUS A7V600 Specification[/URL]
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