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While trying to figure out what to do with an old Intel server I have. On the Intel site spec page for the server board: SR1435VP2 it is mentioned that it can support both DDR and DDR2 400.

I ask: How is that possible?

Can there be 2 versions for the board?

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No. While there likely is 2 revisions of the same board, it would be purely surface changes, not changing what memory it can support. How this is possible is simple they design the board to support either type. Clearly its not possible to use BOTH are the sametime. – Ramhound May 29 '12 at 11:12
just as I figured. DANG Intel, why can't they just give a V# to the board. – Saariko May 29 '12 at 11:19
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According to the specifications on Intel's site, there are two different revisions of this board: SE7320VP2 (supporting DDR-266/333) and SE7320VP2D2 (supporting DDR2-400).

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I figured it's that. thanks. I missed it. – Saariko May 29 '12 at 12:28

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