Yes. As long as the ram is the exact same as the ones installed (including manufacturer, speed, capacity) then you should be good to go.
- 1 Do you need the exact same RAM?
- 2 Is it safe to buy 2x8gb RAM instead of 4x8gb RAM kit?
- 3 Can RAM be bought?
- 4 Can I mix RAM kits?
- 5 Is 32GB RAM overkill?
- 6 Can I use 2 different Ram brands?
- 7 Can you use 2 dual channel kits?
- 8 What is a RAM kit?
- 9 Can I add 8GB RAM to 4GB laptop?
- 10 Which brand is best for RAM?
- 11 How can I increase my RAM without buying?
- 12 Can I mix DDR4 and DDR3 RAM?
- 13 What RAM can you mix?
- 14 Will Ram with different timings work together?
Do you need the exact same RAM?
The answer is Yes, you can mix RAM sticks and RAM sizes and even different RAM speeds—but mixing and matching RAM modules isn’t the best for system performance. For the best system performance, it is advisable to use RAM sticks by the same manufacturer, of the same size, and of the same frequency.
Is it safe to buy 2x8gb RAM instead of 4x8gb RAM kit?
Yes, it’s very nearly perfectly safe, even if they’re different kits from different manufacturers running at different speeds, as long as you follow the directions in the motherboard’s manual. The main things you need to watch out for are channels, CAS latency and other timings, and speed.
Can RAM be bought?
Remember, you can’t just buy whatever RAM is on sale and hope it will fit! Take out an old stick of RAM and compare it with the new stick carefully. You may find it’s a different size. Look at the gold ‘pins’ on the bottom of the board, which divided into two strips of different lengths.
Can I mix RAM kits?
Yes that will be fine, if you want to use overclocked RAM at speeds higher than 2666mhz you may encounter issues when trying to use quad channel… …
Is 32GB RAM overkill?
Those who are rendering large files or doing other memory intensive work, should consider going with 32GB or more. But outside of those kinds of use cases, most of us can get by just fine with 16GB.
Can I use 2 different Ram brands?
You can run into issues here as not all modules are made the same. — Multiple sticks of different speeds/timings/size RAM. … Basically, you can run multiple brands of RAM but do be aware that you need to put the slowest RAM in the lowest numbered memory slots and that you do face potential issues regarding compatibility.
Can you use 2 dual channel kits?
No, you should be fine getting another identical kit if that’s what you’re asking. If you try mixing a completely different kit you might run into issues. Make sure the speed and primary timings are identical. Your board can handle 2 sets of dual channel.
What is a RAM kit?
What it means is, if you have two slots, and you want to have a total of 1GB of RAM, a ‘kit’ would be 2 x 512mb RAM modules which totals 1GB. For a total of 2GB, a ‘kit’ would be 2 x 1GB RAM modules. If you only wanted to upgrade the module in 1 slot, you would want a ‘single’ module.
Can I add 8GB RAM to 4GB laptop?
If you want to add more RAM than that, say, by adding an 8GB module to your 4GB module, it’ll work but the performance of a portion of the 8GB module will be lower. In the end that extra RAM probably won’t be enough to matter (which you can read more about below.)
Which brand is best for RAM?
Best RAM at a glance
- Corsair Vengeance LED – best RAM.
- G.Skill Trident Z RGB – best DDR4 RAM.
- Kingston HyperX Predator – best DDR3 RAM.
- Kingston HyperX Fury – best Budget RAM.
- Corsair Dominator Platinum RGB – best High-end RAM.
- HyperX Fury RGB 3733MHz – best high frequency RAM.
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How can I increase my RAM without buying?
How To Increase Ram Without Buying
- Restart Your Laptop.
- Close Unnecessary Applications.
- Close Task on Task Manager (Windows)
- Kill App on Activity Monitor (MacOS)
- Run Virus/Malware scans.
- Disable Startup Programs (Windows)
- Remove Login Items (MacOS)
- Using a USB Flash Drive/SD Card as Ram (ReadyBoost)
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Can I mix DDR4 and DDR3 RAM?
Your system is only compatible with DDR4 memory. The layout of the pins on a DDR3 modules are completely different to that of a DDR4 module. You would be unable to install the DDR3 modules into your motherboard, if you attempted to do so, you would damage the module and/or the motherboard itself.
What RAM can you mix?
If you do mix RAM sizes, you should use them together. For example, you can use one RAM stick that is 3GB and another that is 6 GB. When you are in Flex Mode (or dual-channel mode), the RAM will perform like two 3GB RAM sticks in order to optimize performance.
Will Ram with different timings work together?
Yes, they will just both run at the timings of the slower stick. If the difference isn’t big, though, you should be able to force the faster timings in BIOS without much risk.