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 Does 184-pin sdram exist?

Answer In a way, yes. Double Data Rate (DDR) RAM uses the 184-pin architecture, whereas standard rate Synchronous Dynamic RAM (SDRAM) uses the 168-pin architecture. But DDR is made from SDRAM. So while yo... Read More »
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If your motherboard supports ecc sdram memory, can you substitute non-ecc sdram memory?

Some motherboards support both, check your motherboard.
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Installed 512MB 133Mhz SDRAM into my P2 system with 256MB 133Mhz SDRAM installed and only 256MB RAM shows up?

Well maybe your motherboard doesnt support any higher than that. Happens alot.
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Is 512 sdram enough?

For an XP pc 512MB is plenty enough. If you have problems with the pc just clean it: uninstall programs that you don't use, delete all the junk, stop programs loading at startup, defragment, delete... Read More »
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What is sdram&ddr ram?

Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory (SDRAM) is computer memory that waits to act (read/write) until the next clock cycle starts. This makes the RAM synchronous with the internal clock. Double ... Read More »
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