Question Mixing Ram

Mixing RAM even when using the same brand and model RAM can cause this below:

  • You mix the RAM and everything works fine.
  • You mix the RAM and you have instability issues.
  • You mix the RAM and the system doesn't post.
I would recommend NOT mixing RAM. If you want to upgrade to a certain amount of RAM you just replace the old one you have and you buy a new RAM Kit in the 2 sticks format.
 
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Mixing RAM even when using the same brand and model RAM can cause this below:

  • You mix the RAM and everything works fine.
  • You mix the RAM and you have instability issues.
  • You mix the RAM and the system doesn't post.
I would recommend NOT mixing RAM. If you want to upgrade to a certain amount of RAM you just replace the old one you have and you buy a new RAM Kit in the 2 sticks format.
I'm a student and I don't have money nor have a job. Is there any way I can do that safely?
 
Oct 21, 2020
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It's a total guessing game when you mix RAM. If you already have the RAM you can try. Nothing to lose.

How much RAM do you have and what are they? How much RAM do you wanna have after the upgrade?
I have 8gb 2666mhz cl 19 and I want to add another 8gb with the same speed and cas latency so I could play PUBG with minimum settings.
 

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