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    DDR2 in an ibook
    Hey people...I have an 12" ibook G4 and was wondering if I can use 533Mhz DDR2 in it. I know it's not rated for this but wouldn't the mac just underclock it?

    Thanks in advance, NOKI.

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    You will not be able to use that. You will have to purchase a stick suitable for they iBook you own.
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