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Wil 2 Sets of dual channel kit work?

I'm gonna be buying:

https://www.gskill.com/en/product/f4-4400c18d-16gtzr

It's only sold in 2x8gb kit, but I need 32gb due to excessive use of sampled-libraries in my workstation.

My CPU is I9-9900k, which is stated as dual channel, and the 2xgb kit above is also a dual channel.

If I buy 2 sets of those, will it work fine?

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Yes, both kits will run in dual channel mode

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8 minutes ago, Lurick said:

Yes, both kits will run in dual channel mode

Thanks for the reply!

But will it work altogether? As in 32gb total.

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Should be fine but no 100% gurantee, make sure each individual pair in in its matching slot.

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7 minutes ago, qkrzazzang said:

Thanks for the reply!

But will it work altogether? As in 32gb total.

Yes, just like my multiple kits of Trident-Z work together for 64GB total :P

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22 minutes ago, Snipergod87 said:

Should be fine but no 100% gurantee, make sure each individual pair in in its matching slot.

Sorry to ask again, cuz I'm a coward.. lol

4266mhz/17 is sold in 32gb, but it's only available on Ebay at this time, and they're like $200 more expensive. This would be a stupid idea right..?

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26 minutes ago, qkrzazzang said:

Sorry to ask again, cuz I'm a coward.. lol

4266mhz/17 is sold in 32gb, but it's only available on Ebay at this time, and they're like $200 more expensive. This would be a stupid idea right..?

That's a bit much for minimal to zero gain imo.

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7 hours ago, Lurick said:

That's a bit much for minimal to zero gain imo.

I’m just nervous that it might not work, as people constantly say that there is no guarantee to work as they are not sold in 1 kit.

 

Especially with such high clock, xmp might not work flawlessly either, so I kinda twisted to see if 4266/17 is a good option too, as it’s sold in 4x8gb kit.

 

Under g.skill website, the 4266/17 is listed under dual/quad channel, I’m not sure what that means in terms of that it’s not just dual channel or quad channel, but will it work with 9900k and Z390 Godlike?
The 4266 kit is currently sold in ebay shipping from Italy, Germany and etc,. How trustworthy do you think it is?

 

 

 

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