motherboard for core 2 duo, dual core pentium 4 and pentium d (DDR 2)
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Part Number-DQ65GF Manufacturer-Intel Chipset-Intel Q965 Express ICH8 North Bridge-Intel 82Q965 MCH Socket-LGA775 Socket Processor Types-Pentium 4, Pentium D, Dual core,core 2 duo (upto 2mb cache) Number of CPUs-1 Front Side Bus-1066/800/533MHz Memory Type-DDR2 Memory slots-4 Maximum Memory-8GB Expansion Slots-PCI Express x16,x1 IGP-Intel Graphics Media Accelerator X3000 South Bridge-Intel 82801HB ICH8 Audio-6-channel IDE-133/100/66/33 SATA-3.0 GB/s RAID-None LAN-10/100 Firewire-IEEE 1394a USB-USB 2.0 BIOS-AMI Form Factor-microATX
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PROBLEM RESOLVED !!!!
TWO CRUCIAL MEMORIES CT12864AA800 WORK FLAWLESS !!!
ALL JUST FINE LIKE BEFORE.
NO KINGSTON MEMORY OR OTHER WORKS.
So I highly recommend you to buy a crucial CT12864AA800.
I had been using DQ965GF motherboard for one year, recently I got some memory errors, so I just quit a memory module and everything fine (only one 512 mb module remains).
I buy two kingtons modules (1x2GB 1.8V KVR800D2N5/1G 1GB 800MHz DDR2 Non-ECC CL5 DIMM ) and the [mobo doesn't boot up]
So, I thought, it wasn't the right memory, and I tried with another memories (brand new ones) and the [mobo doesn't boot up]
Only with the original memory (of 2 years ago) boot up (KVR800D2N5/512 512MB 800MHz DDR2 Non-ECC CL5 DIMM ) so I buy some of these, and what happened ? [mobo doesn't boot up]
Only with the old memory works, no other even the same exact model !!!
After search on the web, I read very rare issues with DQ965GF and memory modules, perhaps updating the bios the problem will be vanished
I installed my Windows XP, without SP2, but the drivers wouldn't install until SP2 was included, but I couldn't connect to Windows Update because the Ethernet connector is part of the chipset. I had to install an external Ethernet card to connect to the Internet, and once the updates were concluded, the drivers were successfully installed.
The chipset includes good sound and video, but if you like more of both, get additional PCI cards. Since I am not a gamer or a video freak, I'm perfectly comfortable with what the motherboard has to offer.