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If a motherboard doesn't support ram freq, is still compatible?

For example, my Asrock P67 Extreme4 says this: Supports DDR3 2133(OC)/1866(OC)/1600/1333/1066 non-ECC, un-buffered memory Is the ram at 2400 Mhz compatible? Will the performance be downgraded or ...
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Is dual-channel RAM operation independent for each bank?

For dual-channel usage of DDR3 SDRAM, what happens if one bank has DIMMs in both channels but the other bank has only one DIMM in one channel? Will the bank with the paired DIMMs operate at the ...
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Is Asus G51J compatible with 4GB DDR3 1066MHz SDRAM memories?

Is it possible to install one or more 4GB DDR3 1066MHz SDRAM in an Asus G51J? My Asus G51J has 8GB (4x2GB) and I'd like to upgrade to 4x4GB (16GB).
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What kind of RAM is compatible with my system? [closed]

I want to upgrade my RAM but am not sure if I should/can get DDR2 or DDR3. Sound like a stupid question, but CPU-Z is showing the following: At the top, it is saying that it’s DDR3 RAM, but I have ...
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Same RAM model, different purchase date. Will this work?

I went for a triple channel (3x2GB) DDR3 RAM kit for my build back in 2010. The same kit is now a lot cheaper and I'm considering purchasing one to give my machine a little boost. Relevant Specs: ...
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Can I install DDR3 1333 RAM into a motherboard that supports DDR3 2200?

Can I install DDR3 1333 MHz RAM into a motherboard that supports DDR3 2200 RAM? I think it should be acceptable, but don't want to risk the investment I've already made on the motherboard For ...
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Memory expansion and compatibility

I currently have this machine: GIGABYTE GA-EX58-UD5 (v1) motherboard INTEL Core i7-920 2.66Ghz 1366 BOX processor GEIL Ultra 6144Mb DDR3 1333Mhz CL6 TRIKIT memory I run Windows 7 Professional on ...
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Semi-Hybrid Triple Channel DDR3

I have 3 x Corsair 2GB DDR3 1600MHz, and I want to expand it with 3 more DIMMs. Obviously to keep my triple-channel, I'd be best to buy an identical 3 DIMMs kit as I have now, because triple-channel ...
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Is a DDR3 MB compatible with DDR2 RAM?

If a motherboard's specifications say it supports DDR3 SDRAM sticks, would I be correct to assume it is also compatible with DDR2 RAM? Am I wrong, or does it depend on the motherboard?