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would this fit.
would this fit on a asus f1a75m
Posted on Sunday 3rd March 2013 at 08:25
Will this memory work with this motherboard?
Gigabyte GA-970A-DS3 AMD 970A (Socket AM3+) DDR3 PCI-Express ATX Motherboard GA-970A-DS3
CCL Customer Service
Posted on Monday 4th March 2013 at 11:42
Yes, this memory will work fine with that motherboard. -Danlevan
Posted on Monday 14th January 2013 at 16:14
I have a CORSAIR TW3X4G1333C9A 2X2GB DDR3 Module are this sutiable to replace just one of them which seems to be faulty? I have 4 in total in the computer only 4 slots on a ASUS M4A79XTD EVO MOTHERBOARD. Should I buy the same make to replace the faulty one?
Thanks in advance
Posted on Monday 14th January 2013 at 17:14
Whilst it should still work, it would be much better to buy one of the same make to guarantee compatibility as two different makes may require different voltages or timings. -MR
Posted on Saturday 1st December 2012 at 10:03
is the ram compatibe with gigabyte H67N-USB3-B3
Posted on Saturday 1st December 2012 at 10:34
Yes, this RAM will work fine with that motherboard. -Danlevan
Posted on Monday 12th November 2012 at 16:28
Hi will this component work with the CCL Alpha Supreme?
Posted on Monday 12th November 2012 at 16:49
Yes, this RAM would be fully compatible with the CCL Alpha Supreme system. -MR
Posted on Monday 23rd July 2012 at 22:28
Will this ram work with the following I purchased from you ... Gigabyte NVIDIA GeForce Motherboard M68Mt-S2P with AMD Athlon II X3 440 3.0GHz Triple Core OEM Processor? Many thanks!
Posted on Tuesday 24th July 2012 at 09:55
Yes, this RAM will work fine with that combination. -Danlevan
Posted on Saturday 26th May 2012 at 18:45
would this memory work on modded inspiron 530 with q6600 550w psu win 7 64bit 775 mobo etc ?
Posted on Tuesday 29th May 2012 at 09:56
The motherboard that shipped with this system took DDR2 memory, so this would not work. -Danlevan
Posted on Friday 20th April 2012 at 19:03
A gigabyte GA-MA770T-UD3
AMD Phenom II X6 1055T processor
and AMD Radeon HD 6870
and if it doesnt, could you tell me one that would?
Posted on Saturday 21st April 2012 at 09:23
Yes, this RAM will work on that motherboard fine. -Danlevan
Posted on Wednesday 4th April 2012 at 10:41
Are these chips single or double sided? My Motherboard spec says only to install single sided if I want to use 3+
Posted on Wednesday 28th March 2012 at 23:57
would this memory work in a Gigabyte GA-970A-DS3 AMD 970A (Socket AM3+) . This will take 1866mhz memory. Am I correct in thinking that the faster memory would make very little difference in PC speed? Though would the slower memory rule out over clocking of the processor or just of the memory?
Help appreciated thanks
Posted on Thursday 15th March 2012 at 22:33
is the current supply of ram 1.5V still
Posted on Friday 16th March 2012 at 11:46
I have checked our stock and it looks like everything we currently have is 1.5V. -Danlevan
Posted on Sunday 8th January 2012 at 12:18
Posted on Tuesday 17th January 2012 at 11:42
Yes, this will work on that motherboard.
Posted on Saturday 17th December 2011 at 11:10
I recently purchased 2 sticks of 4 Gig a-data DDR3 1333 Mhz memory from you, to my dissapointment I find that these units are only single channel and do not run at 1333Mhz, even loaded up they will not run above 667 Mhz (data from CPU-Z) Any comments would be welcomed.
Yours Mick Emmett
Posted on Monday 19th December 2011 at 10:11
DDR memory is double data rate, so the 667mhz you are reporting means your memory is running at 1333MHz. Dual or triple channel is when you run the memory in pairs and the machine splits the bandwidth between the two sticks.
Posted on Tuesday 20th December 2011 at 20:35
I understand that these are DDR modules and that data is transfered either way at 667Mhz i.e. the modules can read and write at the same time; but you can not add the rates together to get 1333Mhz that's just a con. If I ran a fleet of trucks delivering goods between Leeds and London, could I legally claim as the trucks run down to London at 60 mph and they run back up at 60 mph that my fleet of trucks ran at 120 mph; I think someone would be suing me for misrepresentation. There may well be two lanes of data being transfered but it's still only travelling at 667 Mhz, it's just a conn by the manufacturers, it should be labelled as 667 Mhz X 2 or perhaps as it's already sold as DDR the X2 should be dropped and it should be marketed as 667 Mhz memory; which is what it is. Forget the single channel query as it was dark and I put them in to the wrong slots. My bad, sorry.
Posted on Wednesday 21st December 2011 at 10:28
You cant compare trucks to computer memory due to the way the memory works, due to it operating at twice the speed of SDR memory its speed is actually perfectly correct with the performance benefits associated with the speed increases. To see the difference just get an old pair of DDR 266MHz and SDR 133MHz sticks, both have an I/0 bus clock of 133MHz yet the DDR 266MHz is in a different league in terms of performance. The official listing for the memory you purchased is PC3-10600 due to its theoretical peak transfer rate of 10667MB/s, there are a lot of different clock speeds, timings and methods of writing data that dictate what the performance is. The key factor with DDR3 is that is has two transfers per clock cycle which is a quadrupled clock, a DDR module like this may achieve 64x the memory clock speed in MB/s.
Posted on Thursday 22nd December 2011 at 18:11
Sorry but my analogy to trucks is a valid one, if I had four trucks running from leeds to london; two coming up as two went down then you could class them the same as ddr memory on single channel. Twice the amount is being carried as my previous analogy, twice the tonnage (or Mbs on a computer) but it is still only travelling at 60mph (or MHz on a computer). Your explanation seems to be classing Mbs and MHz as the same thing and you're simply adding them together to get the speed you want. You could have as many busses as you wanted, you could add them all together and come up with some exceptional amount of data transfer rate; but that would be exactly that! the amount of data being moved; NOT the speed at which it travelled. At no point on any of the umpteen busses the data was travelling down would any of it be travelling faster than 667 MHz (unless you overclocked it). You may be getting twice the amount i.e. two lots per cycle but that's already been stated in the name/type of memory i.e. DDR. You can't then go on to claim it's travelling at twice the speed as well as claiming it's moving twice the amount of data. Here's another analogy then, if people travelled on push bikes at say 20mph; but then some bright spark brought out a tandem bicycle (see where I'm going) could the manufacturers claim that not only did it carry twice the amount of people but it also travelled at twice the speed. NO! it still only travels at 20mph but it carries twice the amount. You can't have it both ways, it may well achieve the same as two single bikes but it doesn't do it at double their speed i.e. 40 mph, it still does it at 20 mph. The amount of data being transfered with ddr is doubled (Mbs) not the clock speed (MHz). I still say it (all memory for that matter) should be marketed at it's true speed and not doubled, we all know that you get roughly twice the data through put out of it over sd, that's why it's called "DDR".
Posted on Sunday 4th December 2011 at 10:23
Hi there. Is this memory Dual Channel? Thanks in advance.
Posted on Monday 5th December 2011 at 11:36
You will need to purchase two of these for it to run in Dual channel
Posted on Tuesday 22nd November 2011 at 14:40
Would this work with:
- Asus P5G41T-M LX motherboard
- Radeon HD 5450 GPU
Posted on Tuesday 22nd November 2011 at 15:28
Yes this appears to be compatible
Posted on Monday 21st November 2011 at 21:54
Hi, is this 1.5v?
Posted on Tuesday 22nd November 2011 at 15:42
Hi, as of 22/11/2011 this memory is 1.5v this can change depending on what brand the next batch of memory we get in.
Posted on Thursday 20th October 2011 at 10:40
Hello, is this ECC memory? Thanks.
Posted on Thursday 20th October 2011 at 13:25
No, see RAM2106
Posted on Friday 7th October 2011 at 12:10
Is this suitable for the N36L?
Posted on Friday 7th October 2011 at 13:39
The N36L can take up to two of these sticks, and will work fine.
Posted on Friday 16th September 2011 at 21:40
I asked a question a few months ago now about this RAM not working in my computer and you asked my for my specs but you still haven't got back to me yet, could you let me know please?
Posted on Saturday 17th September 2011 at 11:48
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Posted on Saturday 3rd September 2011 at 17:37
which is faster to use 1066mhz or 1333mhz memory module?
Posted on Monday 5th September 2011 at 10:00
1333mhz memory is faster than 1066mhz
Posted on Tuesday 2nd August 2011 at 16:05
Would you be able to send a full list of your specification to firstname.lastname@example.org so one of our Technicians can investigate this for you,