View Full Version : Mixed Memory type: EPP with non-EPP
01-01-08, 02:47 PM
Does anyone know if mixing up different memory types (EPP with non-EPP) can degrade a system's performance? And if Intel's P35 chipset is capable for utilizing EPP or not? Thanks in advance...
EPP no worky on P35 only nvidiots can use thus great feature of dumbing down timings for teh n00bz
Oh and mixing is ok just match the timings and force them in bios
01-01-08, 07:04 PM
Not all Nvidiots. Only 680i/780i and certain 650i boards. The 650i chipset isn't meant to support EPP, but certain manufactures have 'hacked' it in. :)
I use EPP. Not the builtin profiles. I made my own and stored it on the modules. Great for restoring settings after a CMOS reset. :)
You can rewrite SPD data entries? Oh due tell!!!!!
Edit:Toying with it now this is soo cool. I can grab ballistix reprogram them and ebay it as limited edition "Mythy" ram Yea 3-3-3-10 it will sell like hotcakes!!!
I'm gona be rich!!!!!!!!!!
01-01-08, 07:08 PM
ahahahah This is so much better then my last idea. Helium bubble wrap didn't sell so well. Peoples packages would just float away :(
01-01-08, 07:12 PM
I just pirated your idea.
Check ebay for Crainger Memory Modules. 2-2-2-9.
awesome! Now give my 35% of your sales or I'll report you to ebay for selling tampered products :D
01-01-08, 07:16 PM
How can you report me Mr Mythy, when you can not speak?
I mean. These aren't the memory modules you're looking for...
OK. Money is on it's way. ::(:
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