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 06/13/2005 08:38 PM
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papa137
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I have a compaq presario Iwant to put new memory in it I have DDR 2700 333 mhz in it. I want to know if can change it out and put 3200 400mhz in it this is my specs.m Thank You
Motherboard specification chart
Motherboard Part / Feature
Specification / Support

Motherboard Description
Mb manufacturer name: ASUS A7V8X-LA

HP/Compaq name: Kelut-GL6E

CPU
Socket A

AMD Athlon XP

Core frequency up to Athlon XP 3200+

Chipset
VIA KM400A

VIA VT8237

Front Side Bus (FSB)
400 / 333 / 266 MHz

Memory
2 x 184-pin DDR DIMM sockets

Support up to maximum 2 GB memory (PC manufacturer's maximum memory may differ)

Supports unbuffered PC2700/2100 non-ECC DDR SDRAM memory

Expansion Slots
Three PCI slots

One AGP 8x/4x (1.5V)

Storage
Two UltraDMA 100 IDE connectors

Two Serial ATA connectors

Integrated Graphics
VIA UniChrome graphics

Audio
Realtek AL658 six-channel AUDIO CODEC

Digital audio via an S/PDIF out interface

LAN
Southbridge integrated 10/100 Mbps

VT6103 LAN PHY

Hardware Monitoring
Super I/O integrated monitoring of: CPU/chassis fan, MB/CPU temperature

Rear Panel I/O Ports
One Parallel

One Serial

One PS/2 Keyboard

One PS/2 Mouse

One RJ45 port

One Audio I/O

One VGA

One IEEE 1394

Four USB 2.0/1.1 (Two connectors)

Internal I/O
Two USB connectors support additional four USB 2.0 ports

One IEEE 1394 connector for an additional IEEE 1394 port

CPU/chassis fan connectors

20-pin ATX power connector

Front panel connector

CD/AUX connectors

Front panel audio connector

S/PDIF out connector

BIOS Features
4Mb Flash ROM

Award BIOS

Enhanced ACPI

DMI 2.0

Green features

PnP features

Industry Standard
PCI 2.2

USB 2.0/1.1

Manageability
WOL

WOR

Wake on PS/2 mouse

Support CD Contents
Device drivers

ASUS PC Probe

ASUS Screensaver

Award BIOS Flash Utility

Adobe Acrobat Reader

Trend Micro PC-cillin 2002

Form Factor
Micro-ATX form factor: 9.6 inches x 9.6 inches (24.38 cm x 24.38 cm)




NOTE: Motherboard specifications are subject to change without prior notice


Motherboard layout and photos

Figure 1: A7V8X-LA motherboard layout view

 07/11/2005 11:49 PM
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If your motherboard supported ddr400 (pc3200) than cooling would be the only issue. The problem is, your motherboard does not support it. Not only would it be a waste to upgrade to pc 3200, as really it wouldnt be an upgrade, but it likely wouldnt work in your system. Your fsb speed would support it, but the mobo specs say a max of 2700. If your mobo can in fact accept ddr400, than it would be a worthwhile upgrade if you also set ur fsb to 400mhz. Otherwise, just look for better quality pc2700, because that will make more of a difference than most people think.

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