FBDIMM /PC5300F RAM chips can work properly be with mixed timing/speeds

I've read some people/sources say "the timing must match or it won't work".  This is not true at least for the Supermicro boards I've tested this on.

Some examples:

PC2-5300F-555-12

PC2-5300F-555-11

etc.. Notice the "12" and "11"

Also the ones that have a "PC2-5300F-555-11-B0" or "PC2-5300-555-11-D0" are also fine.

What happens is what one would expect, the RAM will run at the speed of the slowest chip.


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fbdimm, pc, ram, speedsi, ve, sources, quot, supermicro, boards, examples, etc, slowest,

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