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The faster memory could work but not necessarily. There are a lot of variables. A 10% speed difference might work but at 20% it's difficult to meet design requirements.
Are you removing the 1333s and using only the1666 components? Does it boot and give you bios screen splash or does it beep and lock up?
Try using only the 1666mhz and see what happens. If it boots with the 1333s only, but not the 1666s only, then likely the speed difference is too great.
Posted on Sep 19, 2020
I don't think a difference of 133MHz of memory speed will make a difference in your gaming performance either way. Also, you won't be able to use more than 3.5GB of memory if you don't have a 64-bit operating system. Finally, it'll be a rare person who actually notices a difference in using 8GB vs 4GB of RAM. So, in conclusion, just buy 4GB of 800MHz RAM and spend your money and your time on a good graphics card, if gaming performance is your main concern. If you have any further questions, contact me through http://www.inovagent.com.
Posted on Nov 03, 2009
Nowadays, motherboards supports only a selected number of RAMs. You have to read the manual and select from the given models. I am not talking about DDR2 or 667MHz. The manual will state the manufacturer (ex. Kingston) model no (KVR667XXXXXX) etc. Only those stated in the manual will work correctly with your motherboard.
Posted on Aug 14, 2009
In order to use SLI, you must have 2 PCIeX16 slots. This motherboard only has one. Also, in order to use SLI or Crossfire for ATI cards, the cards must be identical.
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
YAS IS GOOD YOU CAN UPGRADE YOUR MEMMORY TI 1GB ALL YOU NEED TO DO IS GET THE EXACT TYPE OF WHAT YOUR MOTERBOARD IS USING eg IF YOUR MOTHERBOARD IS USING DD RAM GET 1GB DD RAM IF IT SD RAM YOUR BOARD USES THEN GET SD RAM. IT GONNA BE FINE WHEN YOU UPGRADE IT WILL PARFECT YOUR PC PERFORMANCE.
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
If you bay DDR 400 it will slow itself down to 266 automatically. I've seen a very few cases where it didn't work because of voltage differences but that is very rare and usually with really cheap OEM motherboards, your Gigabyte should be safe.
Posted on Aug 11, 2008
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