FreeBSD compatible mini-itx board
norgaard at locolomo.org
Thu May 19 18:46:20 UTC 2011
On 19/5/11 7:49 PM, Chuck Swiger wrote:
> FreeBSD ought to support the 945G chipset and the ICH7 hub; also the RealTek NIC, but the latter isn't the highest quality NIC around.
yeah, I'd rather have Intels own NIC dunno why they can't put them on
their own boards. Realtek seem to be on all the Intel boards :S
At least I'm adding an Intel PCI NIC.
>>> Also: The Intel manual mentions: "Support for DDR2 533 MHz SO-DIMMs (DDR2 800 MHz and DDR2 667 MHz validated to run at 533 MHz only)"
>>> Will faster RAM result in a less stable system?
> It indicates that they put faster RAM into the box, but ran it at a speed of 533MHz, which is slower than the memory is capable of running. In some cases, doing this lets you run the RAM at lower voltage or with tighter timing settings of CL/tRCD/tTP/etc.
Thanks, currently I have, well ancient RAM on an old VIA board and it's
not really any reliable. That with the flacky disk controller on the VIA
board is my reason to go Intel.
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