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Memory Compatibility - 400MHz To 800MHz

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Eflateab, Jan 31, 2005.

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  1. Eflateab

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    I have 2 sticks of 128MB RIMM, PC800, 400MHz, ECC, RDRAM Memory and want to add 2 sticks of 256MB RIMM, PC800, 800MHz, ECC, RDRAM along with it.

    Will this work together as 768MB? Will the 400MHz sticks make the 800MHz sticks run at 400MHz?
     
  2. Arcadion

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    Those sticks of RAM are actually the same speed, PC800 RDRAM runs at 400MHz DDR which is equivalent to 800MHz.
     
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