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kingston ddr3 compatibility issue?

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Hello!

I recently added 4 more gb of ram to my system and the computer started acting up, freezing and restarting for no apparent reason. The memory I bought is the same brand and model (or a as close as i could find) as the old one i had initially installed. Here are some screenshots from cpu-z with the old and new memory sticks. The timings table differ... as well as other stuff i don't understand. Do i have to tweak it in bios, are the differences normal?




Thanks!
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Looks like their SPD tables are different. Try manually setting the timings in BIOS for both sticks to 9-9-9-25-34 @ 1333MHz and 1.50 volts.
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Western Digital Caviar SE WD1600JS NEC ND-3520A Windows XP Dell M780 
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