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Running a 1.8v RAM set with a 1.65v RAM set

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I have an old set of DDR3 OCZ 1333Mhz ram that run at 1.8v 2x2GB

I want to buy a second set of similar/same ram to give me 8GB, problem is all the DDR3 Dual channel RAM is now the Low voltage 1.5-1.65v sets.

Could i run these sets at the same time and if so how ?

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If you can undervolt your current ram, and it works at 1.65v, then you could probably run them both at that voltage.
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