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100 MHz DRAM/System Designed for 66 MHz

By wired_utp ·
Will a 100 MHz DRAM work on a system designed for 66 MHz?

Below is the URL of a page that desribes my system.
http://support.hp.com/cds/showpage/id/bph04828.htm

Any input would be appriciated.

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by Bill Cassada In reply to 100 MHz DRAM/System Desig ...

There MAY be problems. If you can set the BIOS to access the memory at the lower speeds all should go well. If not, you may....MAY....run into problems. I've used PC100 DRAM in 66mhz systems frequently without trouble, but also have had intermittent problems with some. Hard to tell unless you just give it a shot.

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by neon120 In reply to 100 MHz DRAM/System Desig ...

there should be no problems as the sdram 100 is backwards compatible I am currenttly running 100 on a 66 machine and have haven`t had any problems.

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by BV2 In reply to 100 MHz DRAM/System Desig ...

Should be no problem as long as the BIOS will sync the memory speed to the CPU. Most do...

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