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Ddr3 1333+(o.c.) 1066

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January 11, 2014 12:16:32 AM

As in title that's what my mobo ram support. But I order ddr3 1600. Will it be compatible with my mobo ?

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January 11, 2014 12:33:34 AM

This will depend (quite specifically) on the RAM module itself, and what clock speeds to supports. Generally speaking however 1600mhz RAM will support at least one lower speed, you just won't be able to take advantage of the RAMs potential speed. What's the model or your RAM? Usually the manufacturer spec sheets will often (though not always) tell you what speeds it supports.

Keep in mind that while it will most likely support a speed that the motherboard supports, it may not support the motherboards fastest speed (in this case 1333mhz).
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January 11, 2014 1:14:46 AM

SixCoreFiend said:
This will depend (quite specifically) on the RAM module itself, and what clock speeds to supports. Generally speaking however 1600mhz RAM will support at least one lower speed, you just won't be able to take advantage of the RAMs potential speed. What's the model or your RAM? Usually the manufacturer spec sheets will often (though not always) tell you what speeds it supports.

Keep in mind that while it will most likely support a speed that the motherboard supports, it may not support the motherboards fastest speed (in this case 1333mhz).


Thanksie doodles. Yeah I was just wondering if it'll work at all.
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