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I want to know if 1×8GB+1×4GB memory okay is for my pc or is it going to cause problems. I am using a AMD CPU and I know AMD CPUs loves big amount of memory. 

Thanks helping me?

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That wouldn't be a problem.

 

RAM doesn't care about capacity or speed, as long as the DDR version matches, you're golden.

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Also is you are using an AMD CPU you might want to get RAM with a higher clock speed.

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3 minutes ago, EJThaGamer said:

AMD CPUs loves big amount of memory.

AMD's latest CPUs love fast memory.

 

Pretty much any system could care less about how much memory you install, but depending on how much RAM and what you're trying to do, you may not always have a smooth ride. Faster memory is always nicer, but Zen-based CPUs are the first to really benefit from it.

 

That said, you likely wouldn't notice the difference between 2400Mhz memory and 3200Mhz memory. I personally run DDR4-2133 in my system, and have no problems with it.

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5 minutes ago, Crunchy Dragon said:

That wouldn't be a problem.

 

RAM doesn't care about capacity or speed, as long as the DDR version matches, you're golden.

I have however heard of some problems from ram if there are multiple sticks of not the same speed.

idk tbh

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Just now, Greenish said:

I have however heard of some problems from ram if there are multiple sticks of not the same speed.

Modern boards will default all RAM to match the speed of the slowest DIMM.

 

Older boards will require the slowest DIMM in the primary slot(A1), and will then default all the others to match that speed.

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18 hours ago, Crunchy Dragon said:

Modern boards will default all RAM to match the speed of the slowest DIMM.

 

Older boards will require the slowest DIMM in the primary slot(A1), and will then default all the others to match that speed.

I didnt know that lol.

idk tbh

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