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Old 03-02-2005, 12:25 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Say that a motherboard reccomends 3x 184-pin DIMM for DDR 400/333/266 (Max. 3GB), and I decide 133, will it still work or not?

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yes it will still work. ddr memory is double pumped. meaning a 133mhz ram chips functions at 266, in easy terms

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133 is sd ram, and it will not work with sd ram. It will say when you buy it that it is 266.

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