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    Multiple Packs

    Hello hello,

    For my new build, I'm planning on combining 4 packs of triple channel memory for an aggregate of 24GB. Is it ok to do this, or should I opt for the more expensive standard 24GB kit?

    The RAM in question is F3-10666CL9T-6GBNQ.

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    Either way is fine so long as the motherboard has 12 RAM slots and will support that much RAM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mpilchfamily View Post
    Either way is fine so long as the motherboard has 12 RAM slots and will support that much RAM.
    It's the Asus KGPE-D16 and it has 16 slots. Ok, I just wanted to be sure. I didn't want to get all of this together and have communication issues.
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    EVGA GTX 690 ------------------------HIS HD 6970 x2
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    Shouldn't be a problem. Though they claim the full sets are matched thus giving better overall speeds since the timings are better matched but i doubt you would be able to see a difference.
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    Based on motherboard specifications, does seem like it would be compatible.

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