Can I put a strap at the same time DDR1 RAM of different frequencies?

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The house has a old computer that I want to return to life. It had 2 memory modules (256 MB + 512 MB), which appeared to operate at a frequency of 333 MHz. I bought another 1 GB, but its frequency was 400 MHz. Is it possible to put them in the same motherboard? Board supports both frequency and has two pairs of slots for RAM.
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It is possible, but will work for the common lowest frequency, i.e. 333 MHz
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In many ancient computers, the bar less often, it is better to put in the first slot. For greater certainty stable operation is possible in BIOS to set to a fixed value.
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As rightly said Mear, start at the lowest frequency. Rather, you makes no sense to even try to make the old strap better than the standard, the frequency, the gain you will see only in synthetic benchmarks and in real use more memory will give you so much comfort in the work.
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I was razgadal strap 333 to 400+ MHz without raising the voltage. So most likely will work. But you can not earn here depends.
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Seen a company where in each slot was a different memory frequency. I can't recall at what frequency in the end it worked, but I remember that I was very surprised.
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