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Actually i just want to ask. :-)

I have these P4GE-MX ASUS Motherboard and placed a 512MB PC400 DDR Memory, and in another slot, a 128MB PC333 DDR memory,Is it ok?? ACtually I am running my PC in good condition but i dont know if it will affect the performance or badly hurt my PC in future times, Is it for to do that?? tnx

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Yes but they will both run at the slower pc333 speed.

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