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how much mhz i need for my ram memmory

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July 4, 2013 11:22:27 AM

I have foxconn h67mp motherboard i play games i am planning to buy one more ram memmory card from 8GB but i am not sure what mhz to get also will the ram card work on my motherboard

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July 4, 2013 11:27:18 AM

You say you're going to get one more. Look at what you already have, and get one that matches it.
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July 4, 2013 12:48:31 PM

What will happend if I get one better?
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July 4, 2013 3:31:54 PM

It would at best just run at the slower speed of the 1st stick. At worst, it won't boot. Look for something on the MB's QVL.
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July 4, 2013 4:17:36 PM

Would need to know model of the DRAM you have and CPU would help make an educated suggestion ;) 
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July 5, 2013 9:00:45 PM

kikoano111 said:
I have foxconn h67mp motherboard i play games i am planning to buy one more ram memmory card from 8GB but i am not sure what mhz to get also will the ram card work on my motherboard

The best way to go about this is to check the speed of the existing memory(MHz) and then getting the same speed and size memory. But mixing memory is not ideal option, if you mix the higher speed memory with the lower speed the highest will default to the lower speed. Sometimes this setup would work but most often it leads to incompatibility issues. So I'd say go with the same speed memory.

If you are not sure about the speed of the existing memory then install CPU-Z and check the SPD tab or check the manufacturer's part number . Cheers!!

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July 5, 2013 9:06:41 PM

Even mixing the same exact model can still be problematic, it's not a good idea to mix sticks, it CAN work, but all to often they don't want to work together and you spend hours trying to get them to work - wasted hours, much cheaper to just get a set of the amount you want, unless of course your time means nothing to you
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