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omar4836
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2 1.5v ram with 2 1.35v ram ?

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HP Compaq Pro 6300 Microtower
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motherboard model: 339A

 

I have 4 solt of ram in my computer

 2xRam already installed 1.5v (Kingston 8gb KVR16N11/8) 

And I want to buy another 2xRam  But I find only 1.35v Kingston ram (8gb KVR16LN11/8)

 

Can I But 2 ram 1.5v  with 2 ram 1.35v  together in my computer?

Please answer me. 

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Hi:

 

It should work because 1.35V memory has to run at 1.5V in order to meet the DDR3 specification.

 

However, DDR3 1.5V memory does not have to run at 1.35V, and may not work in a PC where 1.35V (DDR3L) memory is specifically required.

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Hi:

 

It should work because 1.35V memory has to run at 1.5V in order to meet the DDR3 specification.

 

However, DDR3 1.5V memory does not have to run at 1.35V, and may not work in a PC where 1.35V (DDR3L) memory is specifically required.

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