Question about Northgate NGI Athlon XP 3200+ 400FSB Barebones Kit without Memory (ASBBNORAMNGIXP3200) Motherboard
DDR and DDR2 are both electrically, and physically incompatible, and so you cannot use DDR2 in this case.
So no, you cannot hurt your motherboard as you will not be able to fit this memory, as the 'slots', or keys, are in different places.
Posted on May 19, 2008
If you have a motherboard with only ddr1 support (speeds 266 to 400mhz) You cant put in a ddr2. It might just go BEEP BEEP BEEP BEEP or it might harm the ddr2 memory I dont know I have never put wrong memory into a motherboard. :P Good luck thought!
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