Question about ASUS P5PE-VM Motherboard
I want to upgrade my RAM from 1GB to 2GB. Problem is, the available RAM Modules here now are just the 667MHz types and the motherboard is said to only support 400MHz types. Is it safe to use the 667MHz Modules rather than the 400MHz Modules?
Yes you should be able to use 667MHz modules with your motherboard.
They will function at 400MHz.
Please be aware that some memory modules may be incompatible with some motherboards.
Although this happens rarely, only way to find out is to test.
Ask if you can return the modules if this happens.
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