EDO Memory Voltage (3.3 or 5v??)

Big argument at work during lunch........easy question.......(lots of points for QUICK answer!!!) 16mb EDO (4X32) Memory Chips......what is the proper voltage to set jumpers at??? I called PNY and they said 5v........called local Computer Store and they said 3.3v.............JUMP BALL!!!!!
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rmarottaCommented:
I vote for 5v.  Where is everybody?
Ralph

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rmarottaCommented:
72-pin SIMM = 5v (FP/EDO DRAM)
168-pin DIMM = 5v (FP/EDO DRAM)
168-pin DIMM = 3.3v (Synchronous)

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bug66Author Commented:
Ralph.....Thanks for the Voltage answer.....i'll go with 5v. also. Regarding my previous Fatal Error problem.....ordered Intel Chipset Motherboard tonight (Abit TX5N), Thanks for the Advise......Terry (fingers crossed)
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rmarottaCommented:
Terry,
Glad to help.  Good luck with the board.
Ralph

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