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July 16, 2017

Memory mixing at different frequencies

Filed under: computer knowledge — admin @ 6:50 pm
My computer basic configuration is as follows: Intel, 865perl, P4C, 2.6GHz, VDATA, 256MB, DDR 266, Seagate 80GB. Recently, I would like to add a Kingmax 256MB DDR400 memory. Can you tell me if two different frequencies of memory can be mixed? What’s the effect of mixing?
Answer: different frequencies of memory can be mixed, generally mixed will not have much impact. However, the system will take care of the lower frequency memory, that is, the memory frequency of VDATA 256MB DDR266 as a reference. But even so, increasing memory adds to system resources and improves the speed of the computer. However, after mixing different frequencies of memory, we should pay attention to the following problems: first, when mixing different frequency memory, we should pay special attention to compatibility issues. It is recommended that you set memory performance as default in BIOS. Two, it is recommended to insert low frequency memory into the first slot, and DIMM1 (the first memory slot) to plug in VDATA 256MB DDR266 memory.
My computer basic configuration is as follows: Intel, 865perl, P4C, 2.6GHz, VDATA, 256MB, DDR 266, Seagate 80GB. Recently, I would like to add a Kingmax 256MB DDR400 memory. Can you tell me if two different frequencies of memory can be mixed? What’s the effect of mixing?
Answer: different frequencies of memory can be mixed, generally mixed will not have much impact. However, the system will take care of the lower frequency memory, that is, the memory frequency of VDATA 256MB DDR266 as a reference. But even so, increasing memory adds to system resources and improves the speed of the computer. However, after mixing different frequencies of memory, we should pay attention to the following problems: first, when mixing different frequency memory, we should pay special attention to compatibility issues. It is recommended that you set memory performance as default in BIOS. Two, it is recommended to insert low frequency memory into the first slot, and DIMM1 (the first memory slot) to plug in VDATA 256MB DDR266 memory.

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