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surquhart

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I've installed 2 sets of 6GB (3x2GB) Corsair TR3X6G1333C9 DIMMS, for a total of 12GB in my ASUS P6T, purchased at different times. I've noted that the Revision #'s are different.

 

Should I expect any problems?

 

System seemed to be a bit slower, but that could just be me.

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post a cpu-z screenshot, with all slots populated you may need to run them at 1066 or 800 and...

Mixing memory has never been supported and or suggested so no its never a good idea to mix memory modules on any system. Now that does not mean it cannot be done, because as you found you can with your MB and some MB BIOS are better than other is about all I can say but it is a crap shoot and you just got lucky.

that goes for revisions as well.

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Is what the original poster tested in his system considered 'mixing memory'? Aren't they two sets of the same type and number? I thought that would be having 'like' memory.

 

Just confused because I have just purchased the same memory for a Rampage Gene II and am having problems. I will post my problems in a different thread tonight.

 

But wondering about what is considered "mixing memory".

 

Mahlon

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