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August 24, 2005, 4:18 am
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I have a Mainboard with four RDRAM slots.
The Mainboard will support a maximum of 2GB's RDRAM.
The Mainboard has a maximum DRAM Address Decode Space of 4GB.
What does it mean to have an Address Decode Space twice that of the physical
Could I have a configuration of 2 x C-RIMM + 2 x 1GB Module?
Would the above configuration start at address 0x80000000?
Any explanations received with thanks.
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