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Old Jan 19, 2004, 04:13 PM
gavbam gavbam is offline
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Default PC333 OR 266MHZ????????? [; ; win95b]

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I have a simple Q to ask that i am not to sure about?
What is faster or should i say bettter a 512 ddr pc333 or a 512 ddr 266mhz?
and is it possible to mix them both as long as they are both ddr?
sorry if it's a nob question i'm still learning.
cheers guys
Old Jan 19, 2004, 04:36 PM
QWERTY QWERTY is offline
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DDR PC333 is obviously faster and better. Usually if you mix different speed RAM they all end up running at the lowest supported speed (226Mhz). Whether you can mix them would depend on your motherboard; some boards become unstable if the RAM speed is different.

Another question is why use Windows 95??? A system that's new enough to use DDR memory should at least be running Windows 98se or better yet 2000 or XP.
Old Jan 19, 2004, 04:42 PM
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cheers currently using a newer version of win

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