PC1066 use in place of PC800?

Discussion in 'Intel' started by banzai, Jun 29, 2003.

  1. banzai

    banzai Guest

    Can 184-pin PC1066 rimms be used in motherboards based on Intels
    D850GB chipset? I know that they are designed for PC600/800 rimms.
    But I was wondering if they would allow the PC1066 to run at 400mhz.
    I have a friend who has needs expand the memory on a system that is
    using the PC800's and has an opportunity to get some PC1066 dirt
    cheap. Thanks
     
    banzai, Jun 29, 2003
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