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I'm going to buy a BX motherboard (Abit) and meanwhile I'm going to put a 266 Mhz Pentium II processor on it.
I would like to buy a 100 Mhz 64 MB SDRAM Dimm, but I don't know if this memory module is going to work on a 66 Mhz bus speed.
Can any one tell me....
Thanks....
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No problem.  The SDRAM that you need runs at about 7ns and it will be usable at slower speeds.
A slower module, of course, will not operate on the faster bus.
Regards,
Ralph

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Thanks Ralph......
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Glad to help, and good luck with the upgrade!
Regards
Ralph

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