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mechgeek419

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Hi :)

It seems that my motherboard no longer works, and because of certain events, I believe my current processor may be dead as well. I'm looking at a bundle deal that is offering me both a motherboard with a supported processor HOWEVER my current RAM is different. The new motherboard standard is for DDR2 667 and the RAM I am running right now is DDR 400. Would it be possible to mix these two brands together, or would I need to go with the referred RAM that the new motherboard is suggesting?
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DDR2 and DDR are two different types of memory therefore you cannot mix them and you cannot use DDR in a motherboard that uses DDR2.
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Yea, that makes sence. Silly me. I knew that :whistling:
Thanks.
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