I’ve got this PC of mine which I must admit is not of the Generation I live in Its a PIII 550Mhz with 512cache. When I assembled it back in 1999, it had 64MB of Ram. I then did the huge upgrade on RAM and got it to 128 (64+64) :o Recently, I purchased 2 more RAMs - 128 a piece at well … throw away price (call me a scavenger if you will )
Now for my doubts and questions.
Both the 64s clocked at 100 while the 128s clock 133. Will I have any performance degradation if I put all the 4 RAMS to get 384MB. Or, would it be better if I just stuck to the 128 x 2? Is there some thing that I’ve got to do in the BIOS to tell the PC that the speeds of RAMs inserted vary and there by get better performance?
Will appreciate a reply that would make sense to me, as I’m not too aware of the fundas involved. Its just that some people call me wise cause I’ve managed to throw in all components required and form a PC by myself!
Guess it really is true … “In the valley of the blind, the one eyed man is King”