MSI MS-7525 (Intel G31 Express ) Ram Upgrade

Wondering if PC-6400 would actually run at that speed or would it go to the PC-5300 specs. No use of getting the 6400 if it just going to be used at 5300.
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  1. gigabyte06 said:
    Wondering if PC-6400 would actually run at that speed or would it go to the PC-5300 specs. No use of getting the 6400 if it just going to be used at 5300.

    No, the PC2-6400 will run at 800MHz which is the effective clock rate of PC2-6400. It will not run at the speed of PC2-5300 unless both the speeds are mixed.

    Your motherboard supports upto 4GB of memory. Your motherboard has 2 slots and max per slot is 2GB.

    You can find PC2-6400 memory in the following link/s -
    1GB module - http://www.memorystock.com/orderitem.asp?it=764ms-764
    2GB module - http://www.memorystock.com/orderitem.asp?it=765ms-765

    Note: Do not mix higher speed memory with lower speed.

    Cheers!!
  2. Legohouse said:
    gigabyte06 said:
    Wondering if PC-6400 would actually run at that speed or would it go to the PC-5300 specs. No use of getting the 6400 if it just going to be used at 5300.

    No, the PC2-6400 will run at 800MHz which is the effective clock rate of PC2-6400. It will not run at the speed of PC2-5300 unless both the speeds are mixed.

    Your motherboard supports upto 4GB of memory. Your motherboard has 2 slots and max per slot is 2GB.

    You can find PC2-6400 memory in the following link/s -
    1GB module - http://www.memorystock.com/orderitem.asp?it=764ms-764
    2GB module - http://www.memorystock.com/orderitem.asp?it=765ms-765

    Note: Do not mix higher speed memory with lower speed.

    Cheers!!


    Thanks.
  3. gigabyte06 said:

    Thanks.

    You're :welcome:
    If you could keep us posted that'd be great!! Cheers, mate!!
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