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Run both at 1.65v no problem...

I'll give it a try...just hoping my G-Skills don't fry or something. redface.gif
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I'll give it a try...just hoping my G-Skills don't fry or something. redface.gif
Nope, they will run great.
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While the G.Skill kit will probably run without a problem at 1.65V (vice-versa/Kingstons at 1.5V if you're lucky!) I usually don't advise mixing kits that have differences in speed, timings or voltage.  You may wish to reconsider whether you even need to have 12GB vs 8GB of RAM.

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