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all ddr2 types are supported, so i say go buy the highest bandwidth ram u can to give you room for OCing, ddr2 667 or 800....




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From the ASUS site, for the P5WD2-E-Premium...

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Native DDR2 800 Support
To attain top performance, ASUS engineers successfully unleashed the true potential of DDR2 memory. Native DDR2 800 maximizes system performance by eliminating the bottleneck when overclocking both the CPU and memory, providing great performance for 3D graphics and other memory demanding applications.

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I knew it MUST, because my regular Premium is rated to handle up to 800....not sure what you were looking at, both Newegg and ASUS show DDR2 800 as supported speed........
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