And heres another question about the same sort of thing, would adding another gig of RAM help out in running more complex games (BF2,FEAR)? Would it be a noticable difference (fps, texture quality) over just the 1 gig?
Thanx in advance,
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the pc100 or 800 or 2300 isn't so much related to the speed of the ram..as much as it is in the format...the bus speed can be different on ram of the same type...you could have 233mhz or 333...or something like that....all ram will only run as fast as the slowest ram in the bunch...which m ay explain why taking the old ram out made it better....though...that could also be that the old ram was bad...as far as the question about the extra ram....just be sure your motherboard can support it..either check your manual for the max supported ram and ram types or go to www.crucial .com and find out there
Now I though PC800 is PC800
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