DDR2-1066 (PC2-8500)

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RemusM

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Frankenputer said:
Just an FYI, it's not Live Update that is bad.
I never said that.

Frankenputer said:
It's the fact that you are flashing a bios in the windows environment--any interruption and you will have a bad flash.
Flashing using a DOS environment is far safer, and the utility developed at these forums is by far the safest method around.
True.
The main cause of bad flashing in windows environments is the background processes.
Many of them include timers and polling intervals.
When you're flashing a BIOS, a single interruption is enough to get a ... dead mainboard.

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My post wasn't directed at you Remus and I wasn't implying that you meant that. I just was making a general overall statement that one shouldn't flash from within Windows regardless of the program, board, manufacturer.  My post was more to remove any misinterpretation of your statement and Live Update.
 

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Frankenputer said:
My post wasn't directed at you Remus and I wasn't implying that you meant that. I just was making a general overall statement that one shouldn't flash from within Windows regardless of the program, board, manufacturer.  My post was more to remove any misinterpretation of your statement and Live Update.
I know.
I just made some corrections to prevent any misinterpretation.
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Very interesting reading ... is there any more news about the modules that uses DDR3 chips on DDR2 PCB ?

I am currently looking to buy DDRII-1066 DDR2 that I will use it as DDRII-667 1.8V , and I need to do that,
so this ram to have the ability to work later on, and as DDRII-1066 DDR2. 
 

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. is there any more news about the modules that uses DDR3 chips on DDR2 PCB ?
What exactly are you talking about?  There is no such thing as "DDR3 chips on a DDR2 PCB", that's just impossible (industry standard voltage for DDR3 is 1.5V, not 1.8V).




 

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Ok , my mistake ..

I was talking about  real DDR2-1066 memory module (7-7-7-21 at 1.8V)
 
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