|Apr 4, 2005, 01:44 PM||#2|
I'm not entirely sure about Mac's but usually you can use the higher speed ram in a slower speed machine/slot but not really vice versa ala if the ram was slower then the slot.
I assume 333Mhz would work in a 266Mhz slot it would just work at the slower 266Mhz rather then the 333Mhz.
|Apr 4, 2005, 01:47 PM||#3|
PC2700 (DDR333) RAM will work in an iBook (which is PC2100) as long as it's Powerbook compatible PC2700 RAM.
There will be no speed benefit to using "faster" RAM.
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