Solved Anxious about RAM Compatibility Tags: RAM Compatibility Last response: December 8, 2013 4:47 AM in Toms Network Share Zalaiya December 8, 2013 4:14:34 AM So I'm looking to get a second kit of RAM to go along with 8GB already installed. The problem is, the first pair of sticks were Kingston HyperX RED Limited Edition, 1600MHz DDR3 - am I out of luck, or is there a way to get a pair that will be compatible with these? Does it matter as long as you have the same speed (1600), if I were to, say, get HyperX Black? More about : anxious ram compatibility Reply to Zalaiya Best solution 3Dns December 8, 2013 4:47:08 AM You have to look the timing also, the red version has 9-9-9-27 like blue version http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0037TO5C0/?tag=pcpapi-20 But remember some CPU's doesnt support well quad channel RAMs is better to have 2x8GB not 4x4GB. What CPU do u have ? Reply to 3Dns Ask the community Post an answer Related resources : ForumAnyone getting anxious about Star Craft 2 ForumSolvedupgrading ram; questions about compatibility ForumSolvedQuestion about compatibility of 212 EVO CPU fan clearing RAM with heat spreaders ForumSolvedIncreasing RAM, what about the future? 2 gig sticks, or 4gig sticks? Brand compatibility, etc Battlefield series ForumSolvedQuestion about RAM Compatibility ForumSolvedplz help, a question about memory rams compatibility ForumQuestion about RAM speed and MOBO compatibility? ForumQuestion about ram compatibility with my mobo ForumSolvedUncertain about ram compatability ForumQuick question about RAM compatibility ForumI need help about the compatibility of my ram and mobo..please help me ForumQuestion about mobo ram compatibility.... Forumquestion about RAM compatibility ForumSolvedMore information about ram and compatability ForumSolvedConfused about "backwards" compatibility with video cards Forumquestion about ram compatability with phenom cpu? ForumSolvedRAM compatibility questions ForumSolvedram compatibility upgrade for my laptop ForumSolvedRam compatibility problem ForumSolvedQuestion about PC Part Picker compatibility More resources Read discussions in other Toms Network categories Article Discussions Polls !