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Old December 2, 2009, 04:07 PM
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Originally Posted by Dead Things View Post
Run a good long memtest over night - even when they have the exact same timings and voltages, different types of memory often don't like working together. With yours having different timings and voltages, it could lead to system instability. Frankly, I'm surprised it has worked at all.

Been discussed before on here, but many have run different makes of memory without problems as have I. I think the problems start with high performance memory that is not the standard spec. Usually if the voltages are the same the timings will drop down to the slowest module. Right now I have a A-DATA 2GB and a Samsung 1GB 800 running without issue and at one time I had 1GBx3 Kingston 667 and the 1GB Samsung ruining at 667 again without issue But all modules are the same voltage 1.85v.
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