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Sunday, October 22, 2017

Memory matters

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Q. What does it mean when my memory chip is marked 8ns and 7.5 ns ?
A. 8.0ns (8-nanosecond) parts are PC100 compliant and are designed for use with a 100MHz front side bus.

7.5ns parts are PC133 compliant and are designed for use with a 133MHz front side bus.

You can use PC133 modules with a 100MHz front side bus and vice versa. However, keep in mind that your memory will only be as fast as the slowest "link" in the system.

If you install PC133 modules with a 100MHz front side bus or PC100 modules with a 133MHz front side bus, your memory will only run at 100MHz.
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