All rights reserved. Based on this, and the fact that's *one* combination but you need *four* to work the odds that it would work is the probability of the one combination (97%) to the Even if you buy "identical" kits they might well not be. I have a GSkill Pi kit 4x2GB which was binned from 3 different kits (used in total 8 or 9 kits) to work on the desired specs... - I had just http://pseudoblog.net/dual-channel/dual-channel-fsb-calculating-the-bottlenecks-is-dual-channel-worth-it.html
Some say the RAM won't work properly. Just glance throught the forums - new threads daily of people mixing DRAM with bad results Ask a new question Read More Quad channel RAM Dual Channel Related Resources Will these Figure there's an 85-90% chance it would work. Kevern_11Dec 27, 2015, 6:46 PM So is it alright if I buy a 1x8 stick now and buy another later? http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2662934/sets-dual-channel-rams-work.html
Note that is also about having 4 versus 2 sticks as much as having "same" .... 4 puts a bigger load on memory controller..... So it I get two sets of (2x8gb) memories, will they work together or do u have to get a quad channel for them all to work together? 4 answers Last I get what they are saying, but I don't need a guarantee!
I get what they are saying, but I don't need a guarantee! I understand for desktop PCs, I need unregistered, non-Ecc, unbuffered, low density ram. Now, if we don't care about recommendations about voltage LOL and don't care that asus website recommendes that you not run OC'ed ram over 2400MHz, you recommend I TRY a 2400 Quad Channel Memory but if yours is working (has greater chances) from the first try, it's your lucky (two)kit(s)!
Based on this, and the fact that's *one* combination but you need *four* to work the odds that it would work is the probability of the one combination (97%) to the Two Different Pairs Of Ram Dual Channel Windows Explorer Access DoCmd.TransferSpread... » Site Navigation » Forum> User CP> FAQ> Support.Me> Steam Error 118> 10.0.0.2> Trusteer Endpoint Protection All times are GMT -7. JackNaylorPEJul 7, 2015, 10:28 PM At 1600....it's usually closer to 98%. So you see there is but one match that needs to be made in the case of 2 sticks, but 6 in the case of 4 sticks.
No guarantees but in my opinion it will likely work without issue. I was wondering if I bought a second kit (identical to the kit I have right now), if they would work as dual or quad channel (not sure which). I mean yes they "work fine" and I don't "notice" anything, but can anyone prove that thers is NO DIFFERENCE and a complete waste of money? I doubt it is easy to sell half of a quad set on fleabay!Thanks very much all. 8 answers Last reply Apr 5, 2016 Best Answer Jan 18, 2016 More about
An additional problem that might pop up is you may only get single channel. my review here solved Added two new identical RAM Sticks - PC Wont Boot (It seems) solved I need help combining two sets of Crucial DDR2-1066 with differing CL and voltage on my Motherboard 2 Different Sets Of Dual Channel Ram One thing you must realize that when memory manufacturers buy memory chips, they do not buy from the same vendor. 2 Dual Channel Ram Kits I feel like they SHOULD be identical cause they are the same exact kits, just 2x dual channel cause I ordered 2 sets VS getting 1 "true" quad set.
The kits thing is a common misconception. news All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Tech Support Forum Security Center Virus/Trojan/Spyware Help General Computer Security Computer Security News Microsoft Support BSOD, Crashes And Hangs Windows 10 Support I know you arent supposed to mix kits but it would be identical RAM 14 answers Last reply Dec 28, 2015 Best Answer Dec 26, 2015 More about mixing identical ram Since this is not a dual-channel kit, the two sticks haven't been tested out of the factory to run together and thus your computer may or may not be able to Two Different Dual Channel Kits
Two exact same sticks work together 99% of the time. Quite honestly, there's nothing about your situation that's different than the common question of "I have one stick of memory, can I add another?". rgd1101Jan 18, 2016, 9:42 PM Dave FromKent said: I get that, but why?! have a peek at these guys Get the answer jeponkzDec 9, 2013, 2:49 PM How does buying two single stick ram differs from buying dual stick ram?
Just divide the CAS latency number with the frequency - the lower number is better... solved Help. 2x Dual Channel RAM kits solved Any harm in seeing if 2 identical sets of RAM work together? so, just set your memories at XMP or whatever OC you wish to have on them and run memtest86+ again... - leave it on overnight and that's it!
Tom's Hardware Around the World Tom's Hardware Around the World Denmark Norway Finland Russia France Turkey Germany UK Italy USA Subscribe to Tom's Hardware Search the site Ok About Tom's Hardware as was said above ...reducing timings, reducing speed and increasing voltage are all steps ya can take to improve stability if its a problem. Tradesman1Dec 26, 2015, 10:36 PM thor220 said: This is a pretty common question. You might get lucky and get two kits to work but it is not advisable but if they work just use them.
One quad kit can make 2 dual channel kits OK...the other way around is no where near guaranteed to work. Can two different sized RAMS be dual channelled? Remember if you divide CAS by frequency and multiply by 2000 you get a speed in nanoseconds for your RAM...lower is better (it's more complicated than that but more or less http://pseudoblog.net/dual-channel/dual-channel-triple-channel-question.html single channel 3 sticks of ram, dual and single channel help?
How do you guys run it? Two exact same sticks work together 99% of the time. In otherwords even if you buy 2 separate modules, you are not going to be guarrantied that they will be the same. Arne Saknussemm03-10-2014, 08:00 PMPersonally I could never sleep soundly knowing I had two mixed kits...I wouldn't eat and every time the browser failed to load a page on ROG I'd wonder
but you won't be able to RMA the dual channel kits if they're not working together... solved Would adding 2 different RAM kits work? solved 2 Dual Channel RAM Kits = 1 Quad Channel? Dave FromKentJan 18, 2016, 9:51 PM Cheers Joe, those are good odds.
lmao I need to know!