There is always the chance that the ram will not work together , so the best you can do is to make sure that the speed , timmings and voltage is the same as what you have and you will have a good chance that it will.
If you put lower speed ram in with what you have then all the ram will run at the same lower speed.
i see... thanks for the information..
btw.. u saying that i need to make sure the timmings and voltage is same as the current 1 without tune it? or after market tuning?
And, what is the worst case for ram not compatible issue?
Pc cant boot? or will frequent crash?
When you purchase ram you have the rated timmings and speed of the ram and this is refered to as the stock settings of the ram and from there you can overclock those settings. When you purchase another set of ram to go with what you already have you want to match the stock settings and then when you install them they weill go to what the other ram is set at , so if you overclocked your current ram then the new ram will also be overclocked.
Worst case would be the Pc not booting and for the most part you would get error messages stating that the ram you installed is not copatiblee and will not work or a BSOD.
I have a V6GT, and just pulled the heatsink off. I don't recommend this though. Low profile RAM should fit. Also, the higher RAM speed may not offer much of a performance benefit unless you are doing some intense video editing.
You have said that you are wanting to add more ram to your computer and you didn't say why you are doing that, could you give the reason for adding more ram.
recently i found my firefox and g.chrome used up alot of ram.. (ram usage 75%)
i feel like its time to upgrade more ram..
to make sure my 2000mhz ram not be wasted..
i must buy another 2000mhz+/- ram...
So are you saying you now want to take out the ram you have and replace it with this new ram? If this 2133mhz ram is in your MB list of acceptable ram speeds then it will work.
erm..nop.. i mean i am going to put this new ram together with the existing ram.. (mix together)
the only issue i worry is compatible problem coz the ram official page din stat that this ram is workable with my MB..
i am quite new to g.skill ram and i found that each ram from g.skill are support different chipset MB.
does g.skill ram compatible with any chipset mb like corsair ram does?