Will my motherboard support 800 RAM frequency?

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  1. aigle

    aigle Registered Member

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    Ok, here is my problem. I want to upgrade my laptop,s memory.

    The available stick,s speed is DDR2 800. Can it work with my motherboard. 533 or 667 is not available. This is Toshiba satellite M 70.

    I have attached CPU, MOtherboard and current memory info from SIW.

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  2. Infinite Luta

    Infinite Luta Registered Member

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    From my experience it should work fine, though YMMV.

    The motherboard in my desktop only supports up to DDR 266 RAM (it's kinda on the old side). I've had no issue using DDR 400 RAM albeit it only runs at 266 MHz rather than the full 400 MHz the RAM supports.
     
  3. philby

    philby Registered Member

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    Have you been to crucial.com?

    I searched Toshiba > Satellite M > M70

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    Hope this helps

    philby
     
  4. aigle

    aigle Registered Member

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    Hmmm... how to know the supported frequency by my motherboard?

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