Actually, I inferred that the PSD1G400K modules were compatible by searching their site for "PSD1G400"
I got 12 results:
All were Patriot Signature modules (PSD1G = Patriot Signature DIMM 1 gB)
An E after the search terms seems to refer to ECC RAM (non-buffered)
An R after the search terms seems to refer to Registered RAM
An S after the search terms seems to refer to SODIMM's
A K after the search terms seems to refer to a Kit (2 x 512 mB)
Additionally the K model seems to have a CAS Latency of 2.5 (rather than the more common CAS 3)
Finally, there seems to be some discrepancy on the Patriot site itself. This page: http://www.patriotmem.com/products/detailp...=426&type=1
says that the features include ECC Registered memory. But the PDF file linked to from that page states that it's non-ECC and unbufferred.
So, since the base module (PSD1G400) is compatible, and since there's no discernable difference between the modules in that series that the mobo can't handle - it's (IMO) reasonable to assume that the modules are compatible.
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