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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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    Nekk Ferrer Jan 10, 2008

    thanks 4 d infos. Benimur, joey64.



    joey64,. pno ko nman mla2man kung ang anu clock speed ng pc ko?


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    Nekk Ferrer Jan 10, 2008

    thanks 4 d infos. Benimur, joey64.



    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.


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Hi,

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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    Louie Role Jan 10, 2008

    sorry joey64 did not notice that you have posted already. cheers.

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    Louie Role Jan 14, 2008

    Hi again,

    Appreciate the rating and glad to be of assistance.

    Cheers.

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

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