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Old 03-21-2006, 12:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
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ok im not a compleet noob but i havent worked with a new computer in a long time i've been steadaly fixing my compaq "comcrap" 5700n one of the ide connections whent so its time for a new setup.
I got an ecs k8m800-m2 mobo and a sempron 2800+ cpu but the ram is what im having a problem with it says to use pc3200 ddr400 ram @2.5v in the mobo manual all the ram that i have found that is ddr400 runs at 2.6-2.8v will these work on my mobo or do i have to find ram that says it runs on 2.5v?
sorry for the rant its just frustrating not knowing with my old computer pc133 is all that you needed to know about the ram.
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buy any old generic valueram, and you should be absolutely fine. If it spits it out, it's a fluke.

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