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Old 02-02-2009, 05:36 AM   #1
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I've been making my rounds in the forums this morning :D.

I have 4.5gb DDR2 recognized on my computer and I have 4 slots, 1 of which is open. Of the manufacturers of the RAM that I know off the top of my head, I have 1 PNY(2gb) and 2 Corsair(2gb and 512mb). Understanding that MHz can affect how my RAM runs, my computer has given me 0 problems regarding memory. Other than trying to pump it up to 5gb of memory, that was back in November. It was just an experiment, but I got my beeps and downgraded and my computer works fine regarding memory/RAM.

Was wondering if there might be any conflicts within my computer that I'm not noticing. My computer runs fast, the games a play have great latency and fps, so I don't spot those problems, but yeah...just wondering that if I have a MHz difference in one channel if it may make my RAM conflict?

Thanks!

And I promise to stop posting now...for today! Tomorrow brings more questions!! :D
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Old 02-02-2009, 06:07 AM   #2
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sounds as if your good to go, dont be concerned.
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