Best supported motherboard
waldbauernbub at gmx.at
Mon Nov 29 09:35:28 UTC 2010
forgot to add a reference link.
Am 2010-11-29 10:31, schrieb Franz Waldmüller:
> Hi Basil,
> Am 2010-11-28 06:26, schrieb Basil Kurian:
>> Hi Franz
>> Thanks for those links. I didn't know that noises can create this much
>> problems. But ECC RAMs are very costly :-( . When it comes to desktops,
>> which will be having only less that 10 hours uptime, absence of ECC
>> won't matter much , isn't it. Are you running those ECC RAM modules on
>> server ? or on personal desktop ?
> I am running these ECC Ram modules in a personal desktop. But I care a
> lot about data integrity.
> By the way Microsoft encouraged the use of ECC RAM when the launched Vista:
> quote: "...He told TG Daily that Microsoft confirmed that it has found
> out that a lot of "breakage" in Windows is caused by memory and that
> "the problem with memory has to be resolved before Vista ships."
> At first I thought that ECC Ram were costly, too. But then I discovered
> this memory modules:
> Kingston ValueRAM DIMM Kit 4GB PC3-1333 ECC CL9
> At my local dealer the are available at 59€.
> You will have to take very cheap non ECC-modules to beat that price.
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