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Is this feasible?

kg11sgbg

Indian Railways - The Vibrant and Moving INDIA
My desktop system has 3GB DDR2 RAM in total.
Orientation is : 2x1GB Modules + 2x512MBModules from Kingston.


Motherboard: BIOSTAR TA785GE 128M (Socket AM2+; DDR2 support)
Now I have added a 2GB RAM Module (DDR2) from Transcend,by popping out one of the 512MB RAM.

All the RAM modules are clocked at 667MHz frequency(Including the new Transcend).
Thus,total RAM modules in the system: 4.5 GB DDR2

Will there be any sort of anomaly,due to different manufacturers of RAM modules?

Will,there be a speed increase onto my system?

Is the setup feasible?
 

Sujeet

Undead!!!
Will there be any sort of anomaly,due to different manufacturers of RAM modules?
As long as the speeds and more importantly timing matches there shouldnt be any problem.
Will,there be a speed increase onto my system?

With additional 512mb of memory performance increase will be mild or very insignificant in basic apps...slight boost in apps like photoshop etc can be expected.

Is the setup feasible?
As long as the system is fine and running.
 
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kg11sgbg

kg11sgbg

Indian Railways - The Vibrant and Moving INDIA
With additional 512mb of memory performance increase will be mild or very insignificant in basic apps...slight boost in apps like photoshop etc can be expected.

^Sujeet,perhaps you've missed the configuration,since I have marked:--

My desktop system has 3GB DDR2 RAM in total.
Orientation is : 2x1GB Modules + 2x512MBModules from Kingston.

On addition of 2GB RAM of Transcend,and replacing a single 512MB RAM of Kingston,my system becomes:--

Thus,total RAM modules in the system: 4.5 GB DDR2

In that case,my system memory becomes an additional 1.5GB of strength,than my previous one.:wink:
 
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