|Jun 30, 2004, 10:11 PM||#1|
pc2100 in pc2700 new emac
i just ordered my first mac. its an emac with 256 ram. i have some older pc2100 from my pc that i would like to use in the emac. is this possible? i cant find anything about using 2100 in 2700. only the other way around. please help
|Jun 30, 2004, 10:16 PM||#2|
PC2700 is the "slowest" memory you can use in that machine.
Anything slower won't work in a Mac, since the Macs use the SPD EEPROM and would recognize that it is too slow (I think).
You may be able to get away with this type of overclocking in a PC, sometimes, but not in the Macs usually.
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