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Can work Memory SDRam 128MB PC100 with SDRam 512 MB PC133

My motherboard is QDI Advance 10T and at her homepage it says that suports :Three 168-pin 3.3V PC133 DIMM sockets
Support up to 1.5GB SDRAM
Support 66/100/133MHz Synchronous DRAM and 66MHz EDO DRAM .
I have 1 ram 64 Mb PC100 and 1 ram 128 Mb PC100.May I use another SDRAM of 512Mb PC 133 together with them.Is it possible that I have 704 Mb Ram without causing a hardware conflict?

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It wont work, it will hang ur system. Ur motherboard supports but using Mutli-frequencies RAM is not possible, either u use SDRAM 512 BM PC133 or ur 64/128 PC100 RAM, You cant use all together.

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Go to this link http://www.epinions.com/S0478496-Advance_9/display_~full_specs
It shows that the Max Memory that it supports is 768mb, It is possible that the memory doesn't want to work together.

Try putting them in, leaving a slot open in the middle. Duo module in slot 0 and single in slot 1.
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1. following the indications of your motherboard documentation (recommended/best), if you need to find out details about your motherboard you can possibly download and use one of this tools to get info about your motherboard and possibly find the manual online in the manufacturer's website

2. the following page will check your system to find out what memory you have and what you need and up to how much you can go http://www.crucial.com/promo/index.aspx?prog=uslp_intel_fbdimm

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