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Motherboard upgrade I have p4vmm2 v8.1 and 128 ddr pc266 memory. will it be compatible if i use 512 ddr pc400 memory? And what video card is compatible to my motherboard

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  • leunell Feb 16, 2008

    Yes i will not mix pc266 to pc400. But is it ok if i replace 512 pc400 to my 128 pc266.
    And what compatible video card/memory is compatible to my motherboard. thanks..

  • leunell Feb 16, 2008

    what is compatible video card for my p4vmm2 v8.1.

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Dont mix your pc400 to the pc266.

Posted on Feb 16, 2008

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    micromaster Feb 16, 2008

    its ok.

  • micromaster
    micromaster Feb 16, 2008

    take an 128 ATI radeon.

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