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Spacedust

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May 24, 2009
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Will such memory work in a Mac Pro ?

Can I mix 6x 8 GB PC3-10600R modules with 2x 16 GB PC3L-10600R ?

Both are 2Rx4.
 

bax2003

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Dec 25, 2011
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"L" stands for low voltage. If EFI does not lower voltage it could unnecessarily overheat.
 

bax2003

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Dec 25, 2011
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No.

Just because they are 1.35V rated does not mean they wouldn't work perfectly still at 1.5V.

I said it could. I see no point of getting low voltage RAM for workstation. 0.15v is not much, but still it depends on RAM BGA chips. I would not want to risk, probably no one have tried L RAM in Mac Pro.
 

Inconsequential

macrumors 68000
Sep 12, 2007
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I said it could. I see no point of getting low voltage RAM for workstation. 0.15v is not much, but still it depends on RAM BGA chips. I would not want to risk, probably no one have tried L RAM in Mac Pro.

There is no could about it, it just wouldn't happen :p
 
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