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G.Skill F1-4000BIU2-2GBHV

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    through all of my comp exp. i still dont grasp parts of ram im using ddr1 pc3200 would i be able to run this kit in my comp i mean do you need spacific slots or a new mobo is 3200 all i can do never really been sure can i go higher than pc4000? in a reg ddr slot?
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    You can go as high as you want, your motherboard would support it. But it might only run at pc3200 speeds. If you FSB is at 200mhz, it will run at pc3200 (ddr400). As you raise your FSB and overclock, the rating of the memory will raise. This memory is gauranteed to run at pc4000 (ddr500) which means it should work as long as your overclock doesnt take your fsb over 250mhz. When you overclock with normal pc3200 memory in your system, you may have to run your memory on a divider. A divider causes your memory to run at a slower speed than the FSB of your processor, so you can overclock your processor and leave your memory at stock. Hope this helps. :)
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    oooooooooooooo ok coolness

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