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1 GB DD2 -667 Mhz??

Hi,
i bought a 1GB dd2 667Mhz and i would like to know if i is safe to install it on this motherboard as it is specfied memory of 533Mhz.
thank in advance.

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  • kyohatesyou Dec 05, 2007

    hey guys
    mine is the same but the problem with this thing is that with the 250 W power supply, it would boot up and then couple seconds later, it would shut down. I got a 400 W and tried it and it wouldn't even start..

    any solutions?

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Hi,

Should work straight out. It is to your advantage that the memory is rated at 667MHz, operating in 533MHz should popse a problem then.

Good luck and kind regards.

Posted on Nov 05, 2007

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    Louie Role Nov 05, 2007

    Hi again,

    "operating in 533MHz should popse a problem then" should read operating in 533MHz should not pose a problem then.

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