Have an older P-III based system running XP Pro at 600Mhz with 512 meg of non-ECC SDRAM. The processor's 2° cache is 256k, on-board. One slot has a 256 meg module and the remaining two both have 128 meg modules. All three modules are non-ECC. Would there be a significant performance gain by replacing all modules with 256 meg ECC modules? (the max for this machine is 768 meg)
I don't mind spending the extra money for ECC modules if they are worth it. Otherwise I will just get two more 256 meg non-ECC modules to max-out my RAM. (I do get the occasional BSoD, which happens every couple of months or so)
Thanks for your advice.
Edited by jollyr, 09 April 2007 - 02:39 PM.