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liakos

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Hi can i combine KHX16C9T3K2/8X (2x4gb) & F3-1600C9-8GXM (2x8gb)? will the pc work smooth? and in order to work in 1600mhz -> KHX16C9T3K2/8X (2x4gb) it needs 1.65v will this be problem for the other memory brand or the mobo or the cpu?

MOBO: GA- Z87X-D3H
CPU: Intel i7-44770k (not overclocked)
 

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It's helpful to provide links to both ram kits. That way we don't have to go looking for out ourselves.

From what i see online those are both ddr3-1600mhz kits. They also both have cl9 timings. Getting them to work together should be easy. I didn't look at voltage however so if one needs 1.65 and the other is 1.35 that will be a problem. You might also have an issue getting dual channel to work depending on how you put them in. I would honestly just get a 2x8gb kitand not use the other sticks. Sell them?
 

liakos

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It's helpful to provide links to both ram kits. That way we don't have to go looking for out ourselves.

From what i see online those are both ddr3-1600mhz kits. They also both have cl9 timings. Getting them to work together should be easy. I didn't look at voltage however so if one needs 1.65 and the other is 1.35 that will be a problem. You might also have an issue getting dual channel to work depending on how you put them in. I would honestly just get a 2x8gb kitand not use the other sticks. Sell them?

Sorry for not posting the link you are right, like you said the g.skill work dual channel but the other 2 work single channel, any tip to fix that?
 

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