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Can I use a 800Mhz RAM on the HP Pavilion tx1308nr

I was thinking of buying 800Mhz 2Gig RAM to upgrade my HP Pavilion tx1308nr tablet tPC, but the RAM that was in it is a 667Mhz RAM. Would it be ok to replace it with the 800MHz?

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Definitly you can buy it to instal it but the one you`ll buy is a little slowly so if you have one that run at 800Mhz the one that is all ready on the computer will adapt to the new one and bouth will run at 667 Mhz. so is up to you to decide to buy it. for me is not to a big difrence. I am sorry but i dont speak mutch inglish.

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