Forgive me but, what the heck are you talking about? DC? SC? I have a GA-7N400Pro2 Ultra Rev 2.0. It has 4 DRAM slots which I have been using fine until my Power Supply crapped out on me and took the DRAM slots with it! The DRAM (4x256 PC3200) is being replaced by Kingston because they thought it should be done (good people!
. Even though the RAM appears to work fine. Gigabyte is on my @!#$% list for customer service and tech support. The techs there are idiots to say the least. 3 RMA's on a motherboard is lame as can possibly be! Anyway, please explain to me what you mean by DC and SC, and also where you get your info from regarding the Pro2 Chipset and its so called 3 chip limit. I have the EXACT same system built for a friend and his works fine. The only difference is that he has a better Video card, different case, power supply and some other minor details. Same MOBO, Processor, HDD's... you get it. So, I appreciate all of your comments tremendously and please keep them coming. If I am able to help anyone in any way I will be glad to. Just Email me firstname.lastname@example.org.
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' ">http://www.giga-byte.comAMD (Of Course!!!
' ">http://www.amd.comWestern Digital (Raptors Rock!
' ">http://www.westerndigital.comASUS (Solid but they need English lessons as do the folks at Gigabyte...hehe)
Far Cry (The best!
C&C Generals - Zero Hour
Counter-Strike (Just for fun! old game)
Return to Castle Wolfenstein
Homeworld 1, 2 & Cataclysm
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