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1. If I use PC133 in a T-Bird system, do I set the motherboard ram speed to 100 or 133 if I'm not overclocking it.
2. Are either AMD or Intel pickey about what ram you use? I hear differing stories. I'd like to know the skinny on what I can use in each (generic?) and what settings on the motherboard.
 

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if your motherboard supports 133 (i'm sure it does)
then dram at 133 for your 133chip

don't use generic/crappy ram.... crucial is a good one....
hope this helps
 

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Anything you buy the branded stuff is usually the best way to go because they must be famous for something good. Investigate first though, like Intel.

Smart guys are not smart; they only see things in different perspective.
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