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EDO Memory Voltage (3.3 or 5v??)

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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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I vote for 5v.  Where is everybody?
Ralph

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

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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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Terry,
Glad to help.  Good luck with the board.
Ralph

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