Am i the only one that can do the math... I would be cussing at this guy and telling him he is a retard... I had a guy at Frys electronics tell me i didnt need to buy a part i wanted and i said "dude i will call your mom if i need an opinion"...lol he got hot haha.
Ok so Mixing ram is fine BUT a word of caution A.) buy them in kits so you have two of one kind and two of a nother, B.)they must be very very similar same CAS and very related voltages (like 2.1v @ 800mhz and 2.3 @ 800mhz is a no go). What you can do is if you have 667 and 800 ram bump it all down to 667 specs and it will work. Yes you are underclocking the 800 ram but they are mixed... in the end the easiest thing to do is match them up.
And you DO have a divider... its 1:1. Frequencies dont automatically match up so there will always be a small interupt at no matter what speed.
And finally I believe your ram is running at 600mhz which would give you a FSB of 1200 and a 3000ghz cpu (300x10 or close right?). The other reason i come to this is there is no way your ram is 6400 and pumping out 200 extra mhz.
Originally Posted by SidewaysBox
kinda wondering if he knows what he's talking about.