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Changing from ddr2 533 MHz to PC6400 800MHz Memory

Can I change from 533 MHz to 800 MHz, on a P23G V1?

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In general, slightly higher freq memory, as far as it is the same type and physical size should be no problem as it will be underused.

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Or follow the link
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