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Unfortunately, this first generation P4 motherboards are a bit strict on the memories that they recognized. Your particular motherboard to my knowledge only accepts either PC100/133 SDRAMs or DDR200/266 which were made on or before 2002. This has nothing to do with frequency but with the recognition architecture of these older boards. Often newer memories would not be recognized or even if they are, the capacity would be halved.
Depending on the specs of your processor and replacement availability, you might be better off purchasing a newer motherboard.
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