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Old 02-22-2007, 08:43 PM   #11
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are they same brand?
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Old 02-22-2007, 09:19 PM   #12
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I don't think you can run those two at the same time because they might be different speeds or you might have them in the wrong spot
not tryin to rain on your parade, but... i have 2700 and 3200 running

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are you trying to run them in dual channel?
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does that matter? i hought dual channel was automatic when ur mobo found out that u had two of the same ram
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I'm pretty sury it isn't auto-detect. And I just checked, he doesn't have dual-channel. What is the beeping pattern?
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not tryin to rain on your parade, but... i have 2700 and 3200 running

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Yeah, most of the time they will run fine, just at the slower speed. Now and again you get problems if you have a tempremental mobo. So you are both right
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Yeah, most of the time they will run fine, just at the slower speed. Now and again you get problems if you have a tempremental mobo. So you are both right
yup yup, ive got it running in an old dell, so its pretty reliable
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