Reply 44900 of 45936, by Tetrium
TrashPanda wrote on 2022-06-01, 06:15:Tetrium wrote on 2022-06-01, 06:12:
It's not just shit or at least none of the Nanya modules I used were 'shit'. The only crappy modules I ever used were some DDR1 […]TrashPanda wrote on 2022-06-01, 04:24:
How bad is Nanya ram ?
I somehow have a few SDR modules .. if its shit ram Ill just toss it out.
It's not just shit or at least none of the Nanya modules I used were 'shit'.
The only crappy modules I ever used were some DDR1 Elpida modules? These didn't work properly after they heated up. Replacing them with DDR1 modules of the same spec of Corsair (iirc) without changing anything else of the system whatsoever completely fixed the issue with those Elpida modules (switched them at the store I had originally purchased them).
After a while I noticed the system would recognize only part of the modules (like 512MB instead of 2GB or something like that, viewed from Windows properties, the rightclick thingy iirc) and this would go smaller till the system crashed. The modules would feel very hot. I don't remember having ever experienced or even heard of this particularly opdd way of memory erroring out on someone but at the time I had little experience with hardware.
I would define such modules as 'crap' 😋
Cool, in the spares bin it goes.
What kinds of Nanya modules are these btw? We talking about 512MB PC-133 cl2 or something? 😜
For me I'd say if a module works on stock settings, it's good enough for me 😋