Mixing memory brands

  markal 17:39 03 Dec 09
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I have 2 sticks of Ocz p800 ddr2 pc2-6400 cl 5-5-5-15 memory. Can I buy 2 sticks of a different brand memory with the same specs .

  MAT ALAN 17:58 03 Dec 09

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run the upgade advisor tool from the link it will tell you exactly what you need.
If you buy from here you will be safe in the knowledge it will be compatable...

  GaT7 17:59 03 Dec 09

"Can I buy 2 sticks of a different brand memory with the same specs ." - yes, absolutely.

As long as it's DDR2 RAM that's compatible with the motherboard it will run fine. You don't have to match them exactly either, but is preferable if you do. G

  OTT_Buzzard 18:31 03 Dec 09

Further to Crossbow7's response, be careful that the voltage requirement for both types of RAm is the same. Most motherboards don't allow multiple voltages.

  markal 20:20 03 Dec 09

Thanks for your replies.

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