and supports 200/266 ram so you can run upto pc 3200 ddr
What are you talking about, 266 is PS2100, PC3200 is 400, but what I don't get is that the website says both sort of.
I don't understand their info though it says:
Supports Four memory banks using two 184-pin unbuffered DDR200/266 DIMM
which means only up to PC2100, then up here it says:
2 DIMMs w/ DDR400 upto 2GB so that means PC3200 then again it says:
Supports DDR 200/266 SDRAM.
which again is PC2100...soo yeah I don't fully understand their memory labeling system there.
EDIT: Dakta, have you made sure to adjust the CPU
RAM ratio in your BIOS from 1:1 to what it should be? If it's sitting at 1:1 in the BIOS then the RAM and CPU are going to be forced to match up to the appropriate speed and in this case since the RAM won't go above 133 neither will the CPU.
You need to have like a 3:2 kind of ratio between CPU
RAM so the CPU can be at 166 and the RAM be at 133