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Regarding upgradation of SDRAM

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I have PIII processor 750 Mhz with ASUS CUSI-FX mother board. previously I was using 128MB SDRAM. Now I am trying to upgrade my SDRAM From 128 to two 512 MB (256 x 2). my motherboard is not supporting this. please assist me in this regard.

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Try this....
set your MB jumpers to higher no.
the CPU must be higher... like what i did.  i have the same motherboard as you.. my Processor is Intel Pentium III 866MHZ so i set the jumpers to 150/100  (150 for the cpu/ 100 for the RAM)... it works for me and i'm using 2 256 SDRAMs (512) . hope it will work for you too

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Hi dear
there is always speed mismatch problem occur when we use low processor & high ram

so try to use 256 ram
also try to use 1 slot of 256 ram & 2 slots of 128 ram diffrently
& compare the speed
hope it will help to u

Posted on Jul 08, 2008

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