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matt5

join:2001-10-06
Lagrangeville, NY

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reply to asdfdfdfdfdf

Re: [memory] PC3-10700 (667 MHz) ram?

Ya pretty much, first two pics are TMI, third is what matters (I explained it) and aida again is TMI but aida even says ddr3-1333 (667) 665.2 is close enough, clocks are never perfect.

like asdf... said the SPD info is so you can put ram into the system, and the system can set the ram to something that will work, really as I said, it is TMI for the average user.

If you are worried the system is not working correctly or is as you ordered, it looks to be fine.

Now I see after all this TMI of info here... you want to buy more ram, you can buy anything (almost) and it will work, 1800mhz ram (for example) will downclock to 1333 to match yours.

So you want
DDR2 DDR3 (thanks Smoove910 See Profile)
1333 or more
99924 or LOWER
1.5 or LESS (not more)

However 8 gigs is alot of ram for the average person and you said you have a SB CPU that should support 24 32 gigs of ram not 16 (that was 1156 forgot the code name).

If you want to buy more ram, 1333 @ 99924 1.5V or faster is what you want. Do not go over 1.5volt for ram. But I will say maybe run by us why you want to add more as I said, 8 gigs is good for the *average* user (I have 16 myself so I understand the want to get more)


Smoove910
Premium
join:2005-08-01
Nampa, ID
said by matt5:

So you want
DDR2 DDR3
1333 or more
99924 or LOWER
1.5 or LESS (not more)


matt5

join:2001-10-06
Lagrangeville, NY
Thanks for the correction! was late lol, /facedesk.