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    On a Pentium III based machine what kind of RAM would it normally have? PC 133 or DDR 2100? I'm thinking PC133 but im not sure.
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    depends on the motherboard....
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    there is no generic type of ram for a certain processor. ddr will always be better, considering your motherboard supports this.

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    I know...i was just saying what is the TYPICAL ram on a system with a Pentium III? Were there alot of DDR boards suppporting the Pentium III?
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    OK if i saw a pc with a p3 in it i would guess its got sdram in it but thats about it.

    If you were planning on getting new ram for this pc, its always a good idea to open it up and have a look for your self before buying.

    Oh yeah most ddr boards are compatible with p3 chips but its best to check.

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    Thanx guys&#33;
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