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Old 12-29-2004, 03:55 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default High density ram and Low density on the same motherboard ?

Lets say the ram i already have is low density, and the new ram im getting is high density, will it work right having the other two sticks being low density ??
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Shouldn't matter.

The only time it matters when you're looking at high density is to make sure that the motherboard will accept it which I believe we found out yours does.

I don't see why they shouldn't work unless there's just some weird incompatibility between them I don't know about.
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alright cool , oh and my chipset is KT133, not the KT133A, mine can only support up to 1.2 Ghz, but the KT133A is like a newer model or sumthing, basically the only difference is the CPU capacity, but it can still support the same ram.
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