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 Changing DDR2 ram 
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Post Changing DDR2 ram
I keep puzzling over how you solder ram to the computer board in the fit-pc2, and what you do if the piece of ram fails tests afterwards; and I keep coming up with the answer that 200 pins are a lot of pins, and I have never seen a piece of ram sold as a computer part with 90-degree angle pins. I will probably have to buy a fit-pc2 and deliberately void its guarantee by taking the case apart to verify that there is no conventional piece of DDR2 ram plugged into a 90-degree, close-fitting socket.

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Tue Jul 02, 2013 9:44 pm
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Post Re: Changing DDR2 ram
The DDR2 is soldered directly on-board chip by chip (8 chips overall) in a similar manner to the RAM soldering in many mobile devices.
Each chip is similar to the one you would find on an SODIMM RAM.

See http://compulab.co.il/wp-content/galler ... itpc2i.jpg
4 chips on the left side are the DDR2 (another 4 are on the other side).
It may save you opening the fit-PC2...

In fit-PC3 and Intense PC we opted for standard SODIMM modules which are user-accessible.

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