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Upgrading from 4gb to 8gb.

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December 26, 2011 1:09:38 PM

Hello,

RAM is the least I know about of all PC components, but I know it's bad to mix different kinds of RAM.

Currently, I have Patriot Sector 5 PVV34G1600LLKB 4gb (2 x 2gb) in my BIOSTAR TP67B+. I want to upgrade to 8gb, and I know I have the slots to do so. However, I want to spend my money at Best Buy because I have a giftcard there and honestly don't need anything else right now.

Here's Best Buy's Patriot RAM:

http://www.bestbuy.com/site/olstemplatemapper.jsp?id=pc...||50617472696f74&usc=abcat0500000&ks=960&st=processingtime%3A%3E1900-01-01&prids=&cp=1&_requestid=574110

They have sector 5 series Patriot RAM, but the 4gb models they have do not match the part number of my current RAM. IS there any RAM here that I could safely mix with mine to upgrade to 4gb? It doesn't really matter to me if it's 2x2 or 1 x 4gb. Thank you.

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December 26, 2011 2:43:40 PM

Put Patriot RAM at 1600 , and the same latency. They don't must be Sector 5 , you can put another name ( gamer,signature,viper).The important thing is the frequency, identical with what you have in your pc.
December 26, 2011 3:15:16 PM

I'm guessing the 1600 is frequency. How do I check that the latency is identical?

Tim
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