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August 25, 2007, 2:01 am
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Re: Using different types of DDR memories together
No it is no problem as long as your notebook is set to run
at the slowest common denominator, which is the 4300 speed
and the slowest (largest numbered) timings that either
module support at that speed. Your bios is supposed to, and
typically on a notebook, can't even be set to run at
anythign other than, these SPD programmed default settings
(unless there is a bios flaw).
As always, the first test after installing or changing a
memory config in any way is to run memtest86+ for several
hours to confirm stability.
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