FSB on 1.3GHz intel celeron

  jg1990 19:25 20 Apr 2005

Hi everyone,

I'm currently doing a bit of work on a friends pc (getting rid of viruses, spyware etc) and have recommended that they buy a 256Mb ram chip to work alongside their current 128Mb (lol, the system is running xp!)

Anyway, I'm not sure of the fsb of this system. I have a feeling that the ram is pc2100, so can anyone confirm this?

Many Thanks, James

  Klof Ron 20:01 20 Apr 2005

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  Bleep 20:32 20 Apr 2005

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  DieSse 22:55 20 Apr 2005

With a 1.3GHz Celeron, it's very probably using SDRAM, not DDRRAM. The RAM speed in these cases would likley be PC100 or PC133 - and the FSB 100MHz

  Micro-Man 13:09 21 Apr 2005

Go to the Intel web site to check. I have a feeling that the FSB speed is only 100MHz since I have a 1.7Ghz celeron, socket 478 which is only 100MHz FSB. Socket 370 Celerons are only 66MHz as far as I recall. If the mobo uses DDR ram then PC1600 is all that's needed for 100MHz FSB but if you've got PC2100 on already (check with a utility like SiSandra for memory and CPU info) then keep all the memory the same type.

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