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Monday, October 16, 2017

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Q. Can a PC1600 DDR DIMM be mixed with a PC2100 DIMM ?
A. If you have a system with both PC1600 and PC2100 modules in it, the system will work, but it will only run at a speed of PC1600.

A system will only run at PC2100 if all the modules in it are PC2100 and the system supports PC2100.

This is similar to mixing PC133 and P100 SDR SDRAM modules in a system.
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