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Ok so I ordered all my new computer parts today and I happened to buy an Asus P5N-SLI board that supports 667Mhz memory. I just so happened to accidentally order 800Mhz memory instead of what the board supports. Will my memory just clock down to what the board supports? Or will my computer not work at all?
 

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i think i just answered my question. but if anyone has an input on this it would be greatly appreciated.
 

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it would probably clock down to your mobo speed, i used a ddr400 ram in a ddr333 mobo and its been more than a year no problem so far
 

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Well, I called mWave and decided to change the board. I got a Gigabyte GA-965P-DS3 board. It supports 800 mhz RAM. it was $27 more.
 
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