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Dear blatz

The ASUS P4SE - motherboard Supports DDR SDRAM RAM.

The Supported RAM Speed is: PC2100, PC1600, PC2700


This means that the speed is at a maximum 333Mhz. The PC3200 is rated at 400Mhz but its ok. It is backward compatible with PC2700 or 333Mhz.



It will simply work but not at its maximum speed.


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