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Supported ram speed for MSI 945pl-neo f

What are the supported ram speed for MSI 945pl-neo f, iwant to upgrade my 512mb 533 geil dual memory to 2gb memory, may i know ur suggestion befor i buy the said memory module, and may i know the best speed, quality of memory which is compatible to my mother board.. thanks and regards

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Re: supported ram speed for MSI 945pl-neo f

Your motherboard MSI 945pl-neo support Supports four unbuffered DIMM of 1.8 Volt DDRII SDRAM.( Supports up to 2GB memory size.
• Supports dual channel DDR2 memory architecture.
• Supports DDR2 533/400 memory interface.)

and Supports Socket 775 for Intel® P4 5XX, 6XX, P4EE, Pentium D 8XX and Celeron D processors.• Intel® 945PL/ ICH7 Chipset

for more nformation see details od your motherboard here:

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You can only add 1gb per slot Because the mb does not supports a bigger module.
This ram type does come as 1 gb module.
The 667 mhz and 800 mhz is the Mhz speed for the ram module.
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Hello, I've pasted the below from the MSI website for the board:
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