I am running Micronics 128mb PC100 8ns cas 2 in my BP6 which is really something like PC124 - I do think that most "new" ram even generic meets these specs now. Anyone please comment. If your ram can't go the speed of the bus you get lock-ups and memory errors. Generic PC133 is probably fine. And most places will give a lifetime warranty.
The thing with generic PC133 memory is that some are made ONLY for 133mhz based board and is not backwards compatible with 100mhz based board. Even running it at 133fps won't even make the pc boot with this generic pc133 memory stick. I experienced this problem with a generic memory stick from "LD" it was a generic pc133 stick..
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kwisatz: I guess when you lost your self comtrol, it also blinded you as well.
I think you missed my post about PC-133 RAM.
quote: "I am running generic PC-100 RAM (128 Meg and 64 Meg) in two different BP-6 systems.
I tried PC-133 RAM in both systems and was unable to boot."
I tried a stick of generic PC-133 RAM in two different BP-6 systems and two other ABIT slot one systems and the RAM refused to let me boot. If you still do not believe me, then please read the articles about the BP-6 and PC-133 RAM: