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Solved: Can I use this RAM in my pc?

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  1. ajrobson

    ajrobson Thread Starter

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    I am wanting to add more memory to my pc but want to double check this will work with my current system before ordering.

    My mother board is a GA-880GA-UD3H I have an AMD Phenom II X6 109OT Processor and this memory currently installed

    Will adding these memory sticks work with the current motherboard and memory I have?
     
  2. raybro

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    Both RAM sticks are compatible with your mobo, but will run at the lower frequency of the 1066 modules.

    Are you are aware of the maximum RAM limitations relative to the OS you are running?

    Raybro
     
  3. ajrobson

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    Thank you. Yeah I have win 7 64 ult which can have something like 192gb of ram :p
     
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    The CRUCIAL pair has a latency timing of CL9 and the KINGSTON pair has a latency timing of CL7, so hopefully there won't be a conflict problem. :eek:

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