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What Motherboard Is Compatible With My Ram?

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i have 2 sticks of DDR2 SDRAM at 400MHz (pc3200)

however when i look on newegg, they dont list any motherboards that run pc3200 ddr2

the drop down box only says ddr2 800, ddr2 667, ddr2 533

i also have an intel 3.4 prescott (lga 775) with this setup

is the ddr2 800 that they list actually compatible with my ddr2 400mhz sticks?

 

i am lost... lol

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Never heard of DDR2 PC3200......DDR2 starts at PC4200 (DDR2-533). Or at least from what I know......and even though you can find some PC3200, I never found a compaitable motherboard so, don't know they even make it :bah:

Edited by Arkadiy

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oh its definately ddr2, its printed on the ram itself

came with my dell dimented 4700

 

Hmmm...I just did some research, and I didn't even find DDR2 at 3200, only DDR. DDR2 start at 4200.

 

check google

 

punch in ddr2 3200

 

it comes up with a bunch of results

its called pc2-3200 not pc-3200

Edited by ill_industries

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well if i get a DFI LANPARTY UT 915P-T12 it comes with ddr and ddr2 slots

will ddr2 4200 533MHz work with my p4 3.4 prescott with 800fsb??

or do i need the ddr2 800MHz?

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They do have it, there is just nothing that works with it lol, I really don't think there is a motherboard that supports it (I guess except your Dell one)

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