Not sure if i am at the right board but here's my question.
I have a T1700 and would like to know if it is possible to have a mixture of RAM in it? For example, 16gb, 4gb, , 4gb and 8gb.
Or do i have to have the same as in 8,8,8,8 (since the t1700 can support a max of 32gb) ?
Below are the memory specs for the T1700.
Dell - Dell Precision T1700 - Essential Knowledge
Dell - Dell Precision T1700 - System Specifications
This seems like a good thread to bring together all memory related issues. So, here are some further questions on Precision T1700 RAM. I am getting a Mini-tower version of this soon. So, here are my questions....
As a rule, you may not use ECC and non-ECC memory together as well as registered and un-registered RAM.
Also, you may not mix RAM voltages.
They must be uniform in those specs, as the memory controller will be confused on how to treat the ram. There can be minor variances in the timings, but usually the system will select the slowest of the ram sticks' reported speeds to run them all at.
This applies across most computer systems and is not limited to the Dell T1700.
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