DDR2 architecture

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Hello
I have a very gpowerful pc, GA-X38-DS5 WITH quad processor, recently I upgraded my memory from 2GB to 4GB , I used to have corsair memory 2GB (1GB *2)800mhz, now I am using 4GB(2GB*2) Kingston 800mhz which can be over clocked to 1064Mhz, my question is this if I install all the memories together Kingston and corsair to have 6GB RAM, are the memories working as DDR2 architecture or not
 

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Mixing 2 x 2 GB with 2 x 1 GB Corsir, Kingston, or any other brand has nothing do with changing DDR2 RAM to some other architecture other than the DDR2 RAM you started with. Mixing RAM with different specifications is a grab bab of sorts as to will they work together in a given machine. Generally if the speed, timings and voltage are a match there is a good chance the RAM will work together.
 

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