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Old 03-21-2006, 08:31 AM   #21
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well i know it's ddr but the pc3200 (400) ran at 400MHz on my computer before, the real clock and effective clock i think was 400, maybe i'm wrong everest doesn't know my motherboard so i can't check using everest. any other programs that are easy and full of info like everest u'd recommend? i can also check with my friends who has basically the same computer
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The following quote is from Kingston Technologies web-site.

Basic Troubleshooting

* Check your owner's manual and compare the specifications of the memory with the specifications supported by your motherboard manufacturer.
* Check that the module has been seated completely.
* Install the largest capacity memory module first.


# For most installations, DDR modules can be installed in any available expansion slot. Other installations may require the memory to be installed in a particular sequence based on the modules capacity. Check your owner's manual to determine the correct installation sequence for your configuration.
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