[QUOTE=Jrik;2141865]jflan, I looked but Gigabytes website search says ‘not found’, I can’t find a compatible memory list or any way to contact.
DiiZzY, from searching , I don’t think you can buy 800MHz in Australia.(I decided to go with a twin pack of 800MHz).
Thanks, they look like good suggestions, if I could do them.[/QUOTE]
The site was down yesterday.
Here you go…
Take note, the memory heatsink is that aluminum (typ.) covering over the module.
DO NOT apply pressure to the memory heatsink when installing memory. Find the end of the module itself and apply careful pressure there, to install the module.
This is one area where newbs can have trouble…boards, modules, clips, sockets can be ruined if one is not careful.
I like to use a wooden cutting board for a base, anti-static sheet next and then the motherboard on top of that.
This provides a safe, supportive base when populating the motherboard with memory, processor and HSF.
You don’t want to over-flex the motherboard.