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Old 05-22-2004, 02:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I was wondering .. i have this old mother board and it takes pc 133.. and i have this stick of pc 100 around wondering if it will run
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I don't think it will.
If U have any doubt try it.
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i know you can put some pc133 in a pc100 mb . it will just slow it down but dont know if the same applys to pc100 in a pc133 mb
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Yes, you can use PC100, the RAM will goto the slowest speed of memory there is. So even if you have 384mb PC133 and you want to add a stick of 128mb PC100, total is 512, but all the RAM will run at the slower speed being PC100.
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