Hi. Come on now. Is this a trick question?. You always should have the same memory type. DDR is way better than SDR. Be sure your operating system can handle the 1GB. Just because my motherboard will hold 3GB doesn't mean it will run stable with 1GB. Make sense?. It's the freakiness of MS OSisss, which is what you have the envelope from the mayonnaise jar tells me. Get one of the THGGuru's to explain it to you. I've taken to many hits off the pipe tonight.
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Hi. From what I understand about memory and I hope I'm wrong. You have two types of memory running, your system is going to run at the slowest memory speeds. The computer isn't going to jump around and go "there's some fast DDR, let's go get it". I would believe it'll run at one speed and guess what speed that will be?. SDR can't run at DDR speeds. And didn't you hear me when I mentioned your operating system may not run stable with 1GB?.
Hi. Who said that?. I'm wondering if english is the preffered language at THG. The poster said he had a mobo with 2 slots for SDR and 2 slots for DDR. You put the 2 together it's going to run SDR speed. Heck, he's the one that can't read a mobo manual. Jump on his ass.