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Ive got the classic Intel Q6600, but im guessing it doesnt support EEC. I think im going to take 4 of bricks and just see if the computer boots. Its going to be a virtual host, so i need the max memory i can get. Thanks for the reply
 

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ECC and non-ECC ram are a different module layout (it was with SDRAM anyway)
im pretty sure the ECC ram will not actually fit into your motherboard

I have like 4gb of ECC DDR ram lieing around somewhere that i dont have a use for as i have no server board, liek 16 sticks of 256mb
 

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You do mean ECC not EEC right?
 

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No ECC Ram will not work on that motherboard, the memory controller is in the chipset on Socket 775, Also I used to have the same motherboard, they almost always have issues with memory if you fill all the dimm slots due to a weak memory controller. with the 4 slots full you will need to raise the northbridge voltage to get it stable, and probably run the ram at a lower speed. First you need Non ECC Ram. Also update to the newest Bios for the board as it improves the ram compatibility a bit
 
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