RAM Voltage mix Tags: RAM Motherboards Memory Components Last response: December 19, 2012 8:17 PM in Components Share mthatcher206563 December 19, 2012 10:18:19 AM I have two kits of ram, if you have dual memory, can i use two different voltages on the same motherboard, (i.e 1.5v with 1.7v) but in seperate channels. i am asking this because i can no longer find the patriot memory that came with the motherboard that i just bought. can anyone help me please? thankyou. More about : ram voltage mix | E-mail me updates | Report abuse Reply to mthatcher206563 Register or log in to remove popatim Motherboard Authority December 19, 2012 8:17:23 PM yes you can but ts very likely you will need to raise the ram voltage to the higher one to get it to run and use the ram timings of the slowest ram. | Report abuse Reply to popatim Ask the community Post an answer Tom's Hardware>Forum>Components>RAM Voltage mix> Related ressources: ForumCan I mix and match different sized/timed/voltaged ram modules? ForumCan i mix a 2GB of RAM with a 4GB ?? ForumCan I mix these two differnt types of ram ? ForumMixing GSKILL ram same voltage but different mhz and timings ForumMixing ram of different cas. but same brand, size, speed, voltage ForumMix 2 different RAM (but works - sometimes BSOD) is okay? ForumCan I Mix 1.65v Ram with 1.8v Ram in SB? ForumMix -Matching RAM ForumRam riming mix ?? ForumMix two DDR3 kits with different voltages ForumMix ram brands 3x2? Forum212 evo fan replacement ForumPC Does Not Power On When 8Pin EPS Plugged In. CPU or RAM Dead? Forum[Solved] Ram voltage and performance ForumRam voltage Forum[Solved] Ram voltage issue with i7 ForumRam voltage with regardst o amd phenom??? ForumRAM voltage Forum[Solved] The right voltage for CPU and RAM? Forum[Solved] DDR2 OCZ Blade Series Low Voltage Ram More resources Read discussions in other Components categories Power supplies Sound cards NICs Akasa Antec Cooler Master Cougar DeepCool Enermax !