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Old 09-12-01, 12:01 AM Thread Starter   #1
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pc100 doing pc150?


is this normal?? my pc100 is going at pc150 my bios is set at cas2


should i leave it like this or turn back down to 100??
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is this normal?? my pc100 is going at pc150 my bios is set at cas2


should i leave it like this or turn back down to 100??
If it's running then you're all set! Shouldn't hurt it if you're not crashing all the time. PC100 just means that it's guaranteed to run at 100Mhz...it doesn't mean that it isn't going to be able to run faster than that.

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Old 09-12-01, 12:17 AM Thread Starter   #3
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funny hting is i was going throught the manual of my mobo and it says the highest speed ram it supports is 133
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funny hting is i was going throught the manual of my mobo and it says the highest speed ram it supports is 133
Mobos only officially support 100 MHz and 133 MHz FSBes because that's the only way your cpu is going to be in spec. That doesn't mean that it isn't going to work. Just like the cpu only supports its default MHz. Same thing, really.

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