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metra

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Aug 18, 2002
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New Jersey
I was browsing around fatwallet forums (for hot deals). There, i found PNY pc133 512mb RAM for about $-7! Thats right, they pay you! Anyway, i got all excited and called up the store to see if this is possible and it was. However, I checked my old comps mobo and found out that its maximum module size is 256mb (NOT 512 =[) and im not sure whether it supports pc133...

So i was just wondering if someone can show me a good mobo for a 350 pII that supports 512 pc133. It doesnt have to be oc-able bc I dont think that you can oc too much on pII... This mobo will probably be (i hope) 20-30 dollars. Any suggestions would be great.. Or maybe i'll just forget about this deal and stick with my 196mb.. Thanks in advance.
 

BaldHeadedDork

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Aug 18, 2002
I think you might be out of luck on this one. The only SECC P2/3 chipset you're going to find today is the Intel 440BX, which only supported 256MB modules.


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zmzhang

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Jul 20, 2002
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Lake Oswego, Oregon
I am using the ASUS P3V4X motherboard. It has 4 dimm slots and supports 512 in each (up to 2GB max). Even though it uses the VIA chipset (Apollo Pro 133A), i haven't noticed any performace difference between this the Intel BX.