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Clock speed how should I know the clock speed of my PC? and the compatible memory of My PC. I have P3 733. thanks

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Re: clock speed

Right click your my computer icon on the desktop, select properties. On this select general tab.

Here your pc processor and memory will be displayed.

If you want to know more details about the processor, if you are using windows

at the run command type msinfo32 and enter
you will get complete info of your system.

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Re: clock speed

Thats older cpy 66 bus mhz slow takes older sdram cost more 512 mb max per slot i would do

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SOURCE: joey64,.

733 is the processor. thats determining the speed of your system. compatible memory is SDRAM 256 mb, AGP video card geforce 1-4.

sana ok na sayo.

bakit di ka mag upgrade ng PC. marami namang mura dyan 16T ok na.

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Memory Type grayquestion.gif DDR SDRAM Number of Memory Slots 4 x 184 Pin DIMMs Supported RAM speeds 400 MHz • 333 MHz Max Supported RAM grayquestion.gif 4 GB
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p.s. your motherboard can support up to a pentium 4 class processor, but this may be different than what you have in your system.

If you do not mind, please rate my help as I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks

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Joey64,. pno ko nman mla2man kung ang anu clock speed ng pc ko? tska kung anu compatible na memory and videocard. P3 733 is my pc.

733 is the processor. thats determining the speed of your system. compatible memory is SDRAM 256 mb, AGP video card geforce 1-4.

sana ok na sayo.

bakit di ka mag upgrade ng PC. marami namang mura dyan 16T ok na.

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This could be several issues. You need to be much more specific on exactly what you done and what you installed. No video boot could be the following:
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2)Your CPU, memory, or video card not fully inserted
3)Memory module of video no good if it has onboard mem cells
4)You forgot to plug in the yellow/black CPU connector on the board sending no power to the cpu
5)CPU pin bent on install or not seated correctly
I could go on and on but there are a few issues that cause no video boot so double check all you cards and connections.

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