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Just a quick question
I currently have 512MB of ram in my computer but i want to add another 512MB of RAM. However the speed of my current RAM is only 333MHz but i want to add RAM with 400MHz is that alright.
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Hi hendaz,

Being that your current stick of memory only runs at 333MHz, buying a stick of 400MHz memory would be a waste of money since that stick of memory would only clock at 333MHz. Multiple memory sticks only clock at the speed of the slowest stick of memory. In your case, it would be best to get another 512MB stick of 333Mhz memory, or buy two new sticks of 400MHz memory.

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