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Corsair Vengeance memory compatibility?

Q: Corsair Vengeance memory compatibility?

Hi there peeps,

I intend to buy 8 Gb of corsair vengeance memory and i would like to know if it is compatible with my mobo. My motherboard it the AsRock N68c-s ucc, its chipset is Nvidia, although i dont know if this makes a difference or not?? please respond asap

thankyou, Ace Rimmer.

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A: Corsair Vengeance memory compatibility?

You are going to use memory that cost 3 times as much as your motherboard. This doesn't make much sense. If you are using an AM3 CPU this memory should work
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A:Corsair Vengeance memory compatibility

Yes it is compatible.
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OK, you are buying ram NOT on the qvl list and you ask if it will work??? No one can give you an answer. Ram on the qvl list has been tested and found to work. If it is not on the list, you are a beta tester; it may work fine and it may not.
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A:Corsair vengeance heat syncs really necessary?

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Hell all!

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So obviously the RAM works and works well with the CPU build but I am trying to find a way to get it to load correctly without having to leave my case open to hit the MemOK! function. Ideas?

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Note: The issue was occurring before the OS (win 7 64bit) was even installed.
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A:Corsair Vengeance 1500 Audio Too Loud

No "My System Specs". We have no idea what sound you have and can't specifically comment to help you.

However, one general issue. You should have the correct sound driver (preferred driver is the one supplied by the PC vendor (or motherboard vendor in the case of a custom built). If you only have the generic Windows installed HD Audio Codec, the proper driver is the first step.
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Module. If all the other sticks worked in every slot, its the ram. Were it the mobo slot, known good sticks would test bad in the mis-behaving mobo slot.
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A:Corsair Vengeance 1500s Not Disabling Speaker, Whine When Mic Used

Not knowing what the Corsair control panel does or how the headset is being detected, the best place to start is Corsair and see if there are any FAQ's or notes about these units.
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A:Corsair 1600mhz vengence compatibility

My suggestion is never run miss matched ram. Will miss matched ram run; maybe.
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Two considerations come to mind, first what motherboard make and model do you have and secondly have you looked at that boards site for a QVL for RAM ?
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A:Corsair memory

Hello and welcome to Techspot.

If your computer is an oem build. I.E Dell/Gateway/HP etc. Go to your computer manufacturers website, and check to see what ram is compatible.

If your computer is a non oem build. Download the free Everest programme from HERE. It will give you lot`s of info about your system, including what mobo you have.

Then, go to your mobo manufacturers website, and check for what types/makes of ram are compatible.

It`s a good idea to make sure that whatever ram you get, that both sticks are exactly the same. Mixing different speeds/makes of ram isn`t really a good idea.

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A:Corsair memory issues

I think the problem might be mixing the ecc RAM with non-ecc RAM. Sometimes you can mix them but sometimes it can cause problems.
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A:Solved: corsair memory

I would assume that you MAY be able to run DDR2-6400, the socket is the same. DDR2 was designed to be backward compatible; but,not all memory that you buy is the same.

PC6400 may requires more voltage than your motherboard supplies, and doing just a bit of research hasn't yielded me info on what the ram you are referring to requires for voltage. If the Corsair sticks you are referring to can use 1.8 volts, they will work most likely, but keep in mind that your mobo will run slower than the PC-6400 speed....

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A:Memory - Corsair or Kingston

Personally, I've always preferred the Kingston brand over Corsair in general. Although others who've had more experience with both may chirp in with a more thorough rationale.

CL7/CL9 are latency measures, but I couldn't tell you if it's much of a noticeable difference. Since I assume you'll be doing heavy video editing rather than plain old web browsing, it'll be more likely to be a noticeable difference, and of course CL7 is the better choice (at least on paper).

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A:Asus P6T and Corsair DDR3 1600MHZ XMS3 DHS Memory

The voltage shown in the memory specs is the the reccomended maximum voltage to be used with the memory.
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A:Memory Compatibility?

Kingston know what sort of RAM your computer takes:

I would suggest getting a matched pair of 1GB DDR2-667 sticks, doesn't have to be Kingston, as long as they're identical. DDR2-800 will probably work too. That will take your RAM up to 3GB. The g.skill kit you mention should work fine, "DDR2-800" just means that it's rated at up to 800, it will run fine at 667, 533 or 400 too.
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A:Memory compatibility

*Bump* Any ideas? can someone just confirm that I'm probably right as to the problem? before I rip out all memory and purchase something else.
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A:Memory compatibility

You are right to feel insecure as Memory upgrades can be a minefield for the unwary.

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A:Memory Compatibility

I highly recommend NOT running unmatched ram.

Your system should be able to run this at the 1600 speed.

orsair Vengeance 4GB RAM (2 x 2GB) at 1600MHz

What are you looking at that makes you think it isn't running at that speed?

You can use this program to monitor your ram.

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I currently have 1 GB of PC2100 266mhz memory in my system but I want to upgrade. I can only afford a stick of 1GB Kingston DDR400 PC3200 serial number KVR400X64C3A/1G which (I hope) will work on its own in this mobo. I want to know if I could mix the 2 sorts of memory (DDR400 & 266Mhz) to give me 1.5 GB of memory. Next month i will buy another 1GB stick and replace the 512MB PC2100 so this is only a short -term problem.

Thanks for the advice.

A:Memory compatibility with ASUS Mobo

check the compatible list on ASUS site.
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Quote: Originally Posted by rfe777

Hello everyone

I would like to ask if anybody here can tell me if my Kingston DDR2-667 SDRAM memory chips are compatible with Windows 7. I've searched for a Kingston support forum but couldn't find any.

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Memory compatibility is more so a motherboard thing then an OS thing. You do not need to worry about it at all.
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But you don't want to assume the various modules would work together, or at the same time. Those listings of compatibility may show they work in the same system, but may or may not show memory that works together..
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