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Thread: RAMspeed, type, size




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    The system I am getting is going to have 256mb of DDR SRAM pc-2100.Now my questions are:

    Can you have pc-2100 and say pc-2400 in the same system without having compatibility issues?
    If you won't have issues should I buy the pc-3200?
    Can you overclock RAM?
    If so will I need to buy things to cool them?
    If so what products are the best to use to cool the RAM?

    Note: If there will be issues I will just buy the 2100

    Please do pardon my complete n00bieness.

    Thankyou,

    PGA1234

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    Oh yeah and is the pc-3200 worth the extra money over the pc-2100???

    Thanx again

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    None of the major players can really utilize the full benefits of PC3200 DDR so it's really a waste if it will cost you more. PC-2700 should be very sufficient and it will overclock also, so it gives you the best of both worlds.

    But then again, having PC-3200 will give you bragging rights. :D
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    aaah ok then I will look into it thanks

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    Get PC 3200 if you plan on running 200+FSB. But in that case you will probably find your board will fall to pieces because it cant handle 200.

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    pga1234 It's better to keep all your ram the same.

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