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    identify p100/p133

    how to identify pc100 sdram and p133 sdram with naked eyes ???
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    As a rule, you should be able to tell by the markings on the ram modules. If the numbers on the modules end in -10 (100mhz) or -8 (125mhz), it's PC100. If it ends in -7.5 (133mhz) or -7 (143 mhz), it's PC133.

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