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Old 04-20-2008, 04:23 AM   #1 (permalink)
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can i mix diffrent ram latensy,i'm using 667 1 gig x 2 5-5-5-something,using dual channel now ,thinking of adding another 512 x2 4-4-4-12 for another dual channel total 3 gigs would there be any problems? my board is a intel 965 m/board,i'm also using win xp pro 32 bit
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Your lower latency RAM will go up to the higher latency making it slower but yes it will work. You can manually set the timings in your BIOS too if your board supports it.
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