[SOLVED] Compatibility of 2 ram

toshibs2002

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Hello guys i saw bunch of threads on this question but im gohna be specific.Ive got 2x4gb of ddr3 1600mhz Kingston memory on the stick there is a sticker that says on it 1Rx8 PC3L-12800U-11-12-A1
Now i wanna add 2 more sticks 2x4gb ddr3 1600mhz Samsung memory that also has sticker saying 1Rx8 PC3 12800U-11-13-A1 will those 4 sticks work fine together? I wanna hear your opinion thank you.
 
If the system supports only PC3L (DDR3L), then PC3-12800 (DDR3) won't work along with it.

As I mentioned, if the system supported only PC3L, then PC3 won't work in it.

P8P67 DELUXE is designed to work with DDR3. So, yes, DDR3L (PC3L) will work just fine, as most PC3L sticks can operate at 1.35v (DDR3L) or 1.5v (DDR3). So, it should work. Do update us, when you have installed it.
 
Hello guys i saw bunch of threads on this question but im gohna be specific.Ive got 2x4gb of ddr3 1600mhz Kingston memory on the stick there is a sticker that says on it 1Rx8 PC3L-12800U-11-12-A1
Now i wanna add 2 more sticks 2x4gb ddr3 1600mhz Samsung memory that also has sticker saying 1Rx8 PC3 12800U-11-13-A1 will those 4 sticks work fine together? I wanna hear your opinion thank you.
The only way to know for sure is to try it.
 

Dean0919

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RAM is very sensitive component in PC. My advice for you would be to try it before buying. I had RAMs with different brands and timings and they both worked together and I had a case where I tried a lot of RAMs and 90% didn't run. To be more specific, my wife's motherboard P7-H55-M LX with i3 540... They have 2+2GB Geil brand RAMs with 1333mhz that work fine. In the past, I had G.Skill Ripjwas of 1600mhz 4+4GB RAM. This motherboard doesn't support 1600mhz, but it still was running those memory sticks fine, probably automatically it set those RAMs on 1333mhz. Anyway, this motherboard now doesn't have those Ripjaws (I sold them and downgraded to those Geils and now when my wife is using this PC, I decided to upgrade her RAM again back to 8GB). I bought brand new 1600mhz Team Elite's from shop. PC should run them, but it didn't. It was restarting over and over. Then I went to other place. They tried a lot of RAMs, starting from 1333mhz and ending with 2400mhz, all different models and brands. None of them worked! And funny thing is that my own memory sticks - G.Skill Trident X 2400mhz - they worked fine when I tested them at home.

So, I would strongly suggest to try them before buying.
 

toshibs2002

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RAM is very sensitive component in PC. My advice for you would be to try it before buying. I had RAMs with different brands and timings and they both worked together and I had a case where I tried a lot of RAMs and 90% didn't run. To be more specific, my wife's motherboard P7-H55-M LX with i3 540... They have 2+2GB Geil brand RAMs with 1333mhz that work fine. In the past, I had G.Skill Ripjwas of 1600mhz 4+4GB RAM. This motherboard doesn't support 1600mhz, but it still was running those memory sticks fine, probably automatically it set those RAMs on 1333mhz. Anyway, this motherboard now doesn't have those Ripjaws (I sold them and downgraded to those Geils and now when my wife is using this PC, I decided to upgrade her RAM again back to 8GB). I bought brand new 1600mhz Team Elite's from shop. PC should run them, but it didn't. It was restarting over and over. Then I went to other place. They tried a lot of RAMs, starting from 1333mhz and ending with 2400mhz, all different models and brands. None of them worked! And funny thing is that my own memory sticks - G.Skill Trident X 2400mhz - they worked fine when I tested them at home.

So, I would strongly suggest to try them before buying.
Thank you for your advice,but sadly there is no way i could do so since it is being sent to me via post express..
 
If the system supports only PC3L (DDR3L), then PC3-12800 (DDR3) won't work along with it.

As I mentioned, if the system supported only PC3L, then PC3 won't work in it.

P8P67 DELUXE is designed to work with DDR3. So, yes, DDR3L (PC3L) will work just fine, as most PC3L sticks can operate at 1.35v (DDR3L) or 1.5v (DDR3). So, it should work. Do update us, when you have installed it.
 

toshibs2002

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As I mentioned, if the system supported only PC3L, then PC3 won't work in it.

P8P67 DELUXE is designed to work with DDR3. So, yes, DDR3L (PC3L) will work just fine, as most PC3L sticks can operate at 1.35v (DDR3L) or 1.5v (DDR3). So, it should work. Do update us, when you have installed it.
Thank you so much!Isure will,i will probably assemble it tomorrow.
 

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