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       #21

    RoadBlaster said:
    Well maybee this image from my book will explain, memory it in 2 channels A & B.

    Attachment 387566

    With "1" stick you can put that in any channel otherwise you 2 sticks of ram as shown on diagram, or 4 sticks of matched ram (X4 Kit), so you have 2 dual channels working

    Just google CPU-Z & you will find the site to get it from.
    The great thing about all this is I'm learning a bit more about how to build PC's - I'm hoping at some point soon to upgrade my old Lenovo (the one with the hamster wheel) with a new motherboard and using the 8GB RAM stick I just took out

    Am I right in saying that doubling the bandwidth through Dual RAM in this instance will be more than compensating for the reduced speed setting?

    From what I can see so far gaming performance seems better - I think the textures are more pleasing and approaching and landing on planets in Elite Dangerous seems more seamless (whereas before it was patchy and all horrible edges and stuff as the features of the planet became closer and bigger)

    I've got some design work to do so I'll probably just sit on it the way it is for now and maybe in the near future look into tinkering under the hood - after some more research
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       #22

    STU9000 said:
    The great thing about all this is I'm learning a bit more about how to build PC's - I'm hoping at some point soon to upgrade my old Lenovo (the one with the hamster wheel) with a new motherboard and using the 8GB RAM stick I just took out

    Am I right in saying that doubling the bandwidth through Dual RAM in this instance will be more than compensating for the reduced speed setting?

    From what I can see so far gaming performance seems better - I think the textures are more pleasing and approaching and landing on planets in Elite Dangerous seems more seamless (whereas before it was patchy and all horrible edges and stuff as the features of the planet became closer and bigger)

    I've got some design work to do so I'll probably just sit on it the way it is for now and maybe in the near future look into tinkering under the hood - after some more research
    Yes, it helps with faster calculations etc, I also let new ram settle in at its stock speed for about 1 month before tinkering with speed settings.

    When you do decide to XMP the ram the go to 2666 or 2999mhz, you will see that antiliasing has been improved, although 2666mhz is supposed to be a sweet spot for the CPU's calculations, I found this out with another thread on this site, they did prime numbers to a million calc & for my PC it was quickest at 2666mhz?
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  3. Posts : 120
    Windows 10 21H1
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       #23

    RoadBlaster said:
    Yes, it helps with faster calculations etc, I also let new ram settle in at its stock speed for about 1 month before tinkering with speed settings.

    When you do decide to XMP the ram the go to 2666 or 2999mhz, you will see that antiliasing has been improved, although 2666mhz is supposed to be a sweet spot for the CPU's calculations, I found this out with another thread on this site, they did prime numbers to a million calc & for my PC it was quickest at 2666mhz?
    Cheers for the help - I'll see how I get on with this later
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