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Memory i have a ak32 mouther board and i would like sum more ram my ram is pc2100 ddr2.5 184 pin can i put a gig pc3200 in

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    thanks for yopur coment

  • sparkey_d Sep 19, 2008

    my ak32a i have jus put a gig pc3200 400ghz how do i change my bios settings to 400 was266mhz and still shows with the new 4oomhz in my system but shows up in system info that it has gone in

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No, you need to install RAM modules with the same specifications as what you are currently running, PC 2100 means that it is 266 MHz, PC 3200 is 400 MHz, and this could potentially harm your board, or not even run at all. Newegg.com is a great website for purchasing RAM as well as other PC products for a very good price. Also it is good to match the manufacturer of your RAM modules. This is not absolutely necessary, but sometimes RAM modules can run better if they are all made by the same company (I know that sounds a bit strange but there is some truth to it.) The idea when buying RAM is to match what you currently have/require. The manufacturer and the amount of RAM are about the only things that are not neccessary to match. Here is a link to Newegg's website with a listing of PC 2100 RAM modules that can be purchased. http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&DEPA=0&Description=pc+2100&x=0&y=0. Hope that helps. If the link is unaccessable go to Newegg.com and under their name is a search bar where you can type PC 2100 and that should bring it up.

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