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    will pc 2700 work with the m10000?

    i got a stick of 256mb 2700 today for like 25$ after rebate and am making sure it will work with the m10000.

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    should have no problems, I am using pc4000 without any issues.
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    yes.... sweet deal
    Mine needs to be updated.

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    I tried using PC-2700 with my M10000 this weekend and it didn't work. Turns out it was ECC RAM, and the M10000 can't use ECC RAM. If it doesn't boot (and just beeps at you), grab some non-ECC RAM.

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    Not sure if this is true or not, but I think that the fastest the mobo will "talk" to the ram is 266MHz which equates to pc2100, so using faster ram in it will not improve the speed, so ram that is rated as pc2700 will only work at pc2100.

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