ecc or ecc+reg

ecc or ecc+reg

Post by Wong Ching Kuen Frederic » Sat, 21 Apr 2001 16:58:32

i am planning to upgrade the memory of my linux box, using asus p2b. just
want to know if there is any difference between ecc and ecc+registered
memory?! the old one installed on the board will be installed to other pc
after the upgrade. thanks.

1. ECC or non/ECC Memory

I'm building a 350 MHz Pentium based Linux box with an Asus P2B
mainboard.  I need to make a decision on wether to use ECC or non/ECC
RAM.  Is there any overhead associated with error correction??  What
are the pros and cons??  I know that ECC will cost more!!

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