Re: AWARD BIOS i430VX-02071997C

Re: AWARD BIOS i430VX-02071997C


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Posted by Ricardo Polanco on October 23, 2001 at 03:27:58:

In Reply to: Re: AWARD BIOS i430VX-02071997C posted by Nil on August 13, 2001 at 19:33:51:

: I found that page for an answer : ...
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: http://www.wimsbios.com/
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: The Intel VX doesn't have enough Memory Address lines to drive the higher integration DRAM technology, be it EDO or SDRAM. 16-MBit is the highest density supported, while the parts on a 64-MByte EDO SIMM are 64-MBit (eight chips)

: Do the math - count the SDRAM chips on your DIMM (the large ones) [if they're ECC DIMMs, round down to the nearest power of two], and compute:

: ((total capacity in MByte)*8)/(number of chips)

: The result is the density in MBit of the SDRAM components used.

: Examples:

: 32-MByte DIMM with 16 chips: 32*8/16=16, usable with Intel VX.

: 128-MByte ECC DIMM with 18 chips - round down to 16, 128*8/16 = 64, not usable on VX.

: As current production is 64- or 128-MBit densities, the bottom line of all this is that SDRAM support in Intel VX is useless with today's DIMMs.

: Also, in order to have your board re

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