help regarding type of ram

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  1. ananth

    ananth New Member

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    can a system having a SDRAM be fitted with a DDR?
     
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    no ... as much as i know
     
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    SD & DDR ram can not be fitted in same ram slots . If ur system have slots for both the types ram , then only u can use ddr ram also .But Can Not use sd & ddr ram at the same time.
     
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    from my guess you have a SDRAM mobo
    dude better FILL HER UP cause SD RAM is gonna be DINOSOUR OF 21st CENTURY
    and bud dont worry im wid u
     
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    hey guyz me use 128 ddr266..can i add ddr333 to other slot..
     
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    no -- u cannot use rams with diff speeds simultaneously I think .
     
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    ya..u cannot have rams to different speeds...coz..u dont have synchronization for two rams with different speeds...
     
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