1650 memory on the cheap
jason at dstc.edu.au
Fri Jun 14 07:18:00 CDT 2002
On Fri, 14 Jun 2002, Philip Rowlands wrote:
> You're paying for the "ECC registered" memory, which is not as popular,
> therefore doesn't sell as much, etc...
as the poster said - it's a volume issue and therefore ECC costs more.
> You'll save a bit by buying non-parity (instead of ECC), but then you're
> more exposed to memory failures.
you might, but i am unsure of whether your dell will boot (i'm guessing
it doesn't) with non ECC memory. anyone ever try it ?
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