Question Dual channel ram question

bioax

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Yes, it's possible. Even if you buy another DDR4-3000 CAS16 stick, you may have to relax sub-timings to get it to work. Not a huge deal. The more sub timings you match (16-18-18-38) the easier it's likely to be.
 

bioax

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Yes, it's possible. Even if you buy another DDR4-3000 CAS16 stick, you may have to relax sub-timings to get it to work. Not a huge deal. The more sub timings you match (16-18-18-38) the easier it's likely to be.
Thank you for your reply, but could you explain to me what ram sub timings are because I am clueless.
 

Endre

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Though, using another module from another brand with the same specs might work, I don’t recommend that!

Best option is: selling your memory and buying a kit of 2 modules.

Second best option is: buying an identical RAM module to the one that you already have, and pairing it with the first.
 

Endre

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Only Samsung, SKHynix, and Micron make the actual RAM chips. Everyone else just slaps their brand heatsink on top and ships it out the door.
Also: Nanya, Winbond, Powerchip, Elpida and others...

 

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