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Specifications on compac deskpro EN series 6266/3.2DOM CMOS mother board 178919-001

I was wondering what is the largest MHz I can safely go with 3 - 256 MB 168 pin SDimms on A Compac Deskpro EN series 6266/3.2DOM.
serial number 6824BWZ4K565 with A CMOS mother board p/n 178919-001.
there are two other numbers in the same area, I don't know if you need them, but here they are anyway 007999-000 and 007998-011 and with daughter board p/n 04986506HMO.
I would also like to know all the specifications on this computer and mother board. (if you need anymore information please contact me).
Thank you: cheech-is-here

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