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Old 11-13-2006, 01:32 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello all, I know everyone is so tired of answering questions about memory , but I am really stumped here. H.P. has the memory listed for my comp. at pc 100 sdram . When I pulled the original memory out of the compuer though it read 133 . Are the two inter-changable? Was this an error on H.P.s part or what?
The comp. is an H.P. 310n What speed of memory do I upgrade with the 100 of the 133? Thanks for the help . Also I tried to find out which motherboard it has but to no avail can't find any #s or manufacturer on it.
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Might of been a mistake but also, they could of been showing what the motherboard's capability is, with different ram speeds. 133 is obviously faster. If you want to find out the motherboard information, download a program called CPU-Z. Just google it. And it will tell you info about your whole system. CPU, RAM, MOBO, etc.
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