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Soham Bagayatkar

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  1. I don't have to do anything in the bios then? The motherboard will automatically adapt right?
  2. Ohk, just to mention one has 1.2 voltage in specs and the other has 1.35 voltage. The motherboard is currently running the 1.2voltage ram and if I add the new 1.35 voltage ram will I have to increase the voltage or the motherboard will automatically sync it with the old stick?
  3. Can it cause any major issues?
  4. So I bought a new ssd (Kingston Q500 240GB) today and I custom installed windows 10 on it. But when I tried to make it boot drive from bios, I noticed my bios didn't detect the ssd. I was able to boot in ssd via windows boot manager but not through bios. Then I connected the ssd SATA cable to slot 0 on motherboard and my HDD to slot 1. Now my bios is detecting the SSD(isn't detecting HDD now) and I can select it as a boot drive but when I do so, I get "Reboot and select proper boot device. Insert boot media in selected boot device and press a key" error. Again it boots in SSD via windows boot
  5. I want to add additional 8GB ram to my 8GB Corsair vengeance DDR4 2400Mhz. I was thinking to buy Corsair vengeance 8GB DDR4 3000Mhz. If I do so, will it run in dual channel mode? (I know both will run at 2400Mhz) I've read on several forums that rams not bought in a dual pack can cause instability in the system. My motherboard- Gigabyte h110 Should I go for it?
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