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Downloaded on Thursday Windows 7 Ultimate x64 from MS. During installation Windows 7 would blue screen with some sort of memory error. Though never had this problem within Windows Vista Ultimate x64. In order to get the computer to install and be stable I had to run the memory at 1066Mhz. So not sure why that might be. The original configuration was using X.M.P. Profile set at 1600Mhz. I would like to be able to run the memory at 1600Mhz once again.
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Not mixing memory its all the same memory. The reason I went for this memory is that I got it from Micro Center for $100.00 each kit. Can I get the other kit for that price? I doubt it since 4gig sticks are insanely costly.
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Corsair's 12 GB kits are 6 x 2 GB, so the cost is probably similar, but it's 6 sticks guaranteed to work together @ the same speed, versus what you have now which isn't.

 

They can be same memory but not the same version.

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All of the modules are matching. They all have the same manufacturing date. Year 09, Week 12

All the memory passes when using R.S.T. PRO3 from Ultra-X. This is the same board that Corsair uses in there labs to validate there memory.

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But you are still mixing two sets and I am sorry but that is not part of the warranty. They are only guaranteed to run at the tested settings with how they are sold or with one set.

 

With 6 modules I would suggest setting the memory frequency at DDR1066 or DDR1333 and set the memory Voltage to 1.65 Volts and set the QPI Voltage to +.2 Volts (1.5-1.7 Volts) as well and test the system with http://www.memtest.org. In addition, with some MB's (Mostly ASUS) you have to disable legacy USB in the bios when running any memory test.

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