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Is P4M800-M7 mobo can support the pc333 sdram memory? Thank you.

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  • dhexter Oct 14, 2008

    how about if i have 2 memory on the slot having different specs, the one is pc333 and the other is pc400? would it cause a problem?

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Yes, according to the specs that I read the P4M800-M7 (socket 775?) is designed to support pc333.

Only one time I had a problem with an ECS motherboard, I had the correct memory, but the board had a different voltage requirement. Did not cause any issues, other than it didn't work. I don't think that this would be a problem for you though.

Posted on Oct 14, 2008

  • J. May Oct 14, 2008

    Actually, I got a little mixed up.



    It should run DDR 333, which is PC2700. If you run DDR 400 (PC3200) than because the motherboard is only rated for PC2700, it will run the PC3200 at the PC2700 or the speed to match your slowest stick. Both are DDR1 type memory so they will both fit in the memory slots, and you should be able to run them together, BUT...



    At the most, your computer will run slow and possibly get errors. If this happens just remove one of the sticks. Mostly the problem will arise where you run memory from different manufacturers and with different CAS Latencies, or you run two different memory sticks (size or speed) in a motherboard with dual channel requirements. This should not cause a permanent issue if you try it.

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