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Solved: Goog buys on memory--and a question

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by buf, Sep 28, 2008.

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  1. buf

    buf Thread Starter

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    A great deal on memory, if you need and Buy.Com is a good company:

    http://www.buy.com/prod/crucial-2gb...z-184-pin-ddr-memory/q/loc/101/201674177.html

    This is a subject that always seems to confuse me. My system is running 200MHz and the memory I would like to have is the Crucial PC3200 that the above link will open to. If I put a stick of this in with the [email protected], will this 400MHz be compatible with what I presently have? Please guide me folks. Of course, I suppose I could install these two sticks after removing the sticks now installed!! The MB can accommodate 3GB maximum.
    The PC I am referring to is running XP Pro and the MB is the BIOSTAR AMD M7NCG 400.
     
  2. win2kpro

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    Use the configurator at www.crucial.com and it will tell you what is compatible with your motherboard.
     
  3. buf

    buf Thread Starter

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    Many thanks win2kpro but I later learned that my MB would allow the 400MHz to run. I'm not quiet ready to close this thread just in case someone else has something to offer. Still good buys tho', if you need.
     
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