GoreRanger Posted October 24, 2005 Share Posted October 24, 2005 I just purchased 1Gig of Twinx1024-3200C2 memory. I was planning to upgrade my gaming PC from 1Gig to 2Gig. Unfortunately, I discovered that the existing RAM (exact same model by the way) was version 1.2 and the new RAM is version 5.2. They will not work together. If I try and use them the PC will not boot. Fortunately I had another PC with 1Gig of the older version 1.2 and was able to swap the new memory for that and everything worked out. However, I thought I would ask why theres no info on checking for version before trying to upgrade memory? This seems like a critical element to be considered by buyers. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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