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SubjectRe: PC-133 RAM + VIA 686B -> 4 x DIMM or 3 x DIMM ?
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> I'm confused by conflicting rumors about VIA 686B chipset:
> - some people can get only 3 x DIMM working at PC-133.
> - others report that all 4 x DIMM are working at PC-133.

First of all:
This is offtopic for the ___linux kernel___ mailing list.

Nevertheless:
VIA686B is the southbridge and has no memory controller.
The VIA694X-northbridge has 6 memory banks.

if the 3rd and 4th module are single sided its ok.
If the 3rd module is double sided you cannot plugin a 4th module.

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