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Is it possible to input two Rams DDR3 4GB 1200MHz not the same company

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August 1, 2013 9:34:06 AM

Is it possible to input two Rams DDR3 4GB 1200MHz not the same company I think one is patriot and the other is twinsk or something like this

I'm afraid from the conflict between them and the VGA which is GTX460

Help me please
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August 1, 2013 9:36:23 AM

Yes it's possible, but it's not recommended. I've seen it work and have previously done the same myself when in desperate need, however, it can quite easily go the other way and create a host of problems and instability.

I suggest you stick to a set.
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August 1, 2013 9:37:18 AM

Jado2002 said:
Is it possible to input two Rams DDR3 4GB 1200MHz not the same company I think one is patriot and the other is twinsk or something like this

I'm afraid from the conflict between them and the VGA which is GTX460

Help me please

Most of the time it works if they are the same timings and voltage. For problem free operation it is though recommended to have matched pair.
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August 1, 2013 9:50:34 AM

It should work no problem as long as it is the same speed,same latency and voltage.
For example I have been using Samsung and Kingston DDR2 RAM and they work until now. (Approx 5 years)
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August 1, 2013 10:03:03 AM

Also the graphics card is irrelevant.
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August 1, 2013 12:46:19 PM

If you have them, give it a try, may have to raise DRAM voltage about + 0.05 maybe....but wouldn't suggest buying and mixing
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