Question about AMD Athlon XP 2000+, 1.67 GHz Retail Processor
I have a custom built pc with AMD Athlon wp 2000+ 1.67 mhz motherboard. This motherboard is suited to take DDR 3200 400mhz, however what is actually installed is two modules of 512 mb DDR 1200. I tried to add in the 3rd slot a module of DDR 3200 400 mhz and it got messed up. Do all modules have to be identical in all three available slots? Help me out please.
I have a AMD Athlon XP 2000+, 1.67 GHz and the memory used now is 512MB ddr333. The number on the memory unit is hyb25d256800t-6. What can I use to replace it
Posted on Apr 07, 2010
You can deselect from BIOS - CAS LATENCY TIMER to value 2, or better (2,5)
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