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RE: [vox-tech] DIMM speed question
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RE: [vox-tech] DIMM speed question



Last time I heard 128 pins = 128 pins.

But 128 pins, rotated 180 degrees so that the notch-key is in the wrong
place, and then forced in with 'Armstrong Torque(tm)' is contra-indicated in
the motherboard user manual.

> -----Original Message-----

> On Tue 28 Oct 03,  8:57 AM, Michael J Wenk <wenk@praxis.homedns.org> said:
> > On Tue, Oct 28, 2003 at 07:48:29AM -0800, Rod Roark wrote:
> > > On Tuesday 28 October 2003 07:37 am, p@dirac.org wrote:
> > > > can you use faster DIMMs, say 2100PC, on a machine rated
> for slower DIMMs?
> > >
> > > Yes, as far as I know.
> > >
> >
> > Id be careful of voltage requirements.  Also, I know this goes without
> > saying, but I will say this anyways, do not force a DIMM into a socket.
> > if the grooves don't match, then it won't work.
>
> huh?   isn't 128 pins equal to 128 pins?
>
> pete
>
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