Overview; Specifications; Gallery; News & Award; Support; Successful Case; Where to buy; Products certified by the Federal Communications Commission and Industry Canada will be distributed in the United States and Canada. Please visit the ASUS USA and ASUS Canada websites for information about locally available products. The P5QC also supports ASUS. The motherboard supports DDR3 1333/1066/800 MHz or DDR2 memory 1066/800/667 MHz to meet the. Simply update BIOS from a USB. Feb 16, 2016 - Go to the motherboard support page and search for RAM - Qualified Vendors List Look for this ram in that list. Free Download Avatar The Last Airbender Games For Gba here. May be this RAM is not supported. Also try updating the BIOS, most of the time motherboards don't support few vendors in the initial BIOS revision.
(huff) I just relised I can't upgrade my ASUS P5QC motherboard from 4gig of DDR3 to 8gig, by simply wacking in another 4 gig in the last 2 bays. It looks like thosee black slots are for DDR2. If I'm understanding this correctly, I can only use the 1st 2 slots: The website quotes. 2 x DIMM, Max. 8 GB, DDR3 1333/1066/800 Non-ECC,Un-buffered Memory 4 x DIMM, max. 16GB, DDR2 1066 / 800 / 667 MHz, Non-ECC, Un-buffered memory Dual channel memory architecture The website also states 'DDR2 1066MHz DIMMs work only on the black slots for one DIMM per channel.' .so why would they state 4 x DIMM?
So is the only way I can get this up tp 8gig DDR3 RAM, by replacing my 2x2Gig with 2x4gig? I can't even find 2x4gig DDR3 on the net? What do you think guys? What are my options? DDR2 1066MHz DIMMs In this case, the MB supports DDR 800 and 667 in all four slots but if you want to use 1066, only the black slots support it. Thus you could run 2 800 modules with 2 1066 modules and have the 1066 modules underclocked to 800 (pointless to have 1066 in that case). What is the rest of your system like?
Understanding The Bible Stephen Harris Pdf. What tasks are you using the PC for? 4gb is good for gaming so a ram upgrade suggests something other than that Edit: the manual suggests that the black slots are also better for overclocking, seems to be why they are the only ones to accept the 1066 modules.
Thanks for the replys guys (.in the non gender specific sense). So bummed I didn't see this detail when I put this together. Why would they design it like that?? Never again ASUS. Express gate never worked from day one.(continue rant) I'm thinking it would be cheaper to just upgrade the motherboard and buy another 4 gig of DDR3. Any Gigabyte S775 suggestions to run 8gig DDR3.
Alongside my Intel Core 2 Quad Q9400, and existing 4GB DDR3 [Kit (2x2048MB) PCMHz Patriot PVS34G1333LLK 7-7-7-20] This is for some Sharepoint 2010 dev.that's why I need 8gig. I never game.