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Needing help with two sets of RAM


Tomuk2011

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Hi everyone,

Could anyone let me know if I can use this ram:

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/240498

with this ram:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Patriot-DDR3-1333-Memory-Module/dp/B002IVGFEE/ref=sr14?ie=UTF8&qid=1309630801&sr=8-4

in the same computer.

Thanks in advance

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Tomuk2011

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Anyone?

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Algerian peter

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Yes if th ecomputer supports 12 Gb of ram in 4 slots.

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Tomuk2011

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Thanks for the reply, My motherboard supports upto 16GB of ram, so shouldn't be a problem. Also running windows 7 64 bit.

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retep888™

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This is an odd combination of Rams, i.e.2x4Gbs & 2x2Gbs ,dual channel won't work.

Suggest you go to your motherboard's manufacturer and check the QVL (Memory Support List).

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Algerian peter

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retep888™

With thwe motherboard supporting so much ram it might run in triple memory mode. I have 2 different types of ddr3 1333 ( 3 x 2gb ) that runs in triple on my machine. With the differnt sizes as you post Tomuk2011 should check the motherboard site out.

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retep888™

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Algerian peter

Tomuk2011 wrote My motherboard supports upto 16GB of ram, so shouldn't be a problem that means he's got a 4 Ram slots motherboard which won't support Triple channel mode.

You wrote I have 2 different types of ddr3 1333 ( 3 x 2gb ) that runs in triple on my machine

I don't mean that his motherboard won't be able to run those different makes of Rams together but won't be in maximum speed therefore I suggested him to check motherboard's site for compatibility and support as well.

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