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Old 01-08-2006, 04:02 PM   #21 (permalink)
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the ASRock board is a good motheboard, probably the last ULi chipset to be released seeing as how Nvidia bought ULi (*******s..)

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Right now I have 2x256 of DDR 333 in my current system. I should probably throw that away and get the DDR400 right? Or should I stick with 333 and get combine it with a 1 gig stick?

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Throw them away. Your DDR400 would be running at DDR333 speed.

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