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I have a computer with PC66 SDRAM DIMM chips. If we upgrade to PC100 SDRAM DIMM chips, they'll will work, right?
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Depends on the Motherboard.  If you going to keep the original memory in the system, then it may require the faster memory reside in the Bank 0.  If you changing out all memory, look for the possibility of a jumper on the motherboard or a setting in the BIOS.
If your motheboard supports it.
if your comp will run at 100 MHZ bus speed, your ok, if it wont, your outta luck.



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Shep, thx for repeating my comment.
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