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Pc 100 and pc 133

What is the difference between pc100 and pc133? my pc is p3 733.

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Re: pc 100 and pc 133


PC100 & PC133 are rated memory speeds which is also normally the front side bus (FSB).

An Intel PIII 733 is operates on an FSB of 133 with a 5.5 multiplier.

Your memory then should be at least a PC133 or preferably higher.

Good luck and kind regards.

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Re: pc 100 and pc 133

That is their frequency, pc133 has a higher frequency than pc100

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Need to increase ram but don't know how to find out how much board to support or what type.

Accessories included: i/o shield and cables only- no manuals or cdDFI CM33-TL/G Socket 370 Motherboard Intel Pentium III/ Celeron Onboard Video Audio IDE 3 PCI Micro ATX Motherboard Used Retail-MFG DFI Part:CM33-TL/G
2 DIMM sockets
Supports up to 1GB unbuffered DIMMs
Supports PC100 and PC133 SDRAMs BIOS
2 DIMM sockets
Supports up to 1GB unbuffered DIMMs
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Supports up to 1GB unbuffered DIMMs
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supports Pc 100 and Pc 133 SDrams

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I have intel D845 Mother board with 4 memory (ram) slots one I am using is 256 KB SD RAM & I want to use one 128 KB SD Ram is it possible to use both Thanks.

Hello yeah, you can use both RAMs if they are compatible in terms of bus speed and type like DDR1.
Different types of DRAM modules (eg. DDR200 and DDR266 DIMMs/PC100 and PC133 DIMMs) should not be installed on one motherboard at the same time. This motherboard supports memory modules with capacities of 64/128/256/512MB and 1GB.
Hope this helps

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How many extra usb circuits are there on my ibm 09k9982-011 mother board

IBM 09k9982 011 ATX MOTHERBOARD P3 11s19k5609z 1N0Z9131W3C Netvista Socket 370
Condition: Used - pulled - working
Content: 1 Motherboard only
Compatible part # 06P2525 01
FRU 09K9982 , 89P8010
Chipset Intel 815 - FSB 100/133 - 2x Dimm PC100/PC133 - Agp 4x - 3 PCI - 2 USB
IBM 09K9982 Netvista Pentium III Moederbord.
Socket 370 Mini-ATX.
Intel 815 chipset.
2x Dimm pc-100/pc-133
Agp-slot (4x)
3x PCI
2x USB
Sound and Video on-board.

To use with : FOR IBM Netvista Socket 370 , 6648-TAU

hope this helps

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I need to upgrade the ram in my Ms-6312 ver1 motherboard i need to know what the best ram and what will work i need atleast 2 gb

I have the same board. You can only install 256MB of PC100 RAM in each slot, for a total of 512MB. PC133 RAM will work as well, but it will run at PC100 speed.

Feb 25, 2010 | Gateway MS-6312 (4000785) Motherboard

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

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.

Apr 20, 2009 | QDI Group QDI Advance 10T Motherboard

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Compatible ddr memory for K7AMA Motherboard

2 DDR DIMM Sockets and 2 DIMM sockets support (can not be used simultaneously)
Two 184-pin 2.5V DDR SDRAM (DDR266/DDR200) or
Two 168-pin 3.3V SDRAM (PC133/PC100)
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Jan 03, 2009 | EliteGroup K7AMA Motherboard

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Understanding RAM specs

Sorry to disagree with you Electech1, but you don't quite understand how memory works. Let me explain:

The memory transfer speed is determined by the memory bus speed. This is determined by the motherboard in question. The specs for this should be listed with the motherboard specs. Installing memory sticks that are capable of a higher speed WILL NOT make the memory access faster. As an example, the old PC100 and PC133 memory sticks worked with 100 and 133MHZ bus speeds respectively. Installing PC133 sticks into a machine designed for PC100 would work fine, but at teh same speed as PC100. Installing PC100 memory sticks into a bus designed for PC133 could work but would not be guaranteed and could fail in odd ways. This was because the PC100 memory was not tested to work at the higher bus speed. The bottom line is that the memory installed MUST be matched to the bus speed.

Depending upon the design of the process and memory system, it is possible to have parallel memory accesses. The physical number of memory sticks will not have any significant impact on this.

In terms of the processors:

Dual core means that both processors can be active performing a single program in parallel. This means that a process that requires 100 cycles of processor time can be completed in less than 100 cycles of true time because of parallelism. This happens at the instruction level and is handled by software language compilers that generate the end instruction stream in such a fashion as to provide parallel operations. I could go on for days on how this works, but realize that in effect this type of design allows for parallel operations which will cut down the actual time required to complete functions.

The amount of parallel operation will depend upon the type of program being run. The more calculation intensive the application, the more likely benefit of parallel operations.


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Max ram for SY-K7VEM PRO

Two SDRAM DIMM sockets support up to 512MB
168-pin PC133/PC100 non-ECC, unbufferred SDRAM memory
This is what your M/board can use in memory

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No not compatible! Your system is obsolete, almost impossible to upgrade anything. Socket 478, P4 cpu stuff, is the oldest system with any chance of upgrading or maintenance.Get a 'barebones' new system for $250/300 from the Inet [ ebay or simillar ]/ You will then get some value from the cost of the windows Xp if it is the full version or alternatively you have both original OS disc and windows Xp ugrade disc. If what you buy has an IDE hard drive. you can also install your current hard drive too, keeping what you have on it, as a slave drive after you have put your OS on your new machine plus any cd or dvd on your old machine.All this is simple and within widows framework and tools, no tech skill needed, just a screwdriver and a manual with your new barebones motherboard. Plug the old ide drive into the right socket from the conncecting braid, set the jumpers as per hard drive diagram on the back plate on both drives. One master, one slave.Remember NOT to format your old drive/ LOL/

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