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Ok guys so im planning to buy http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820211188 as an upgrade but are these trustworthy ram?
I plan to overclock my e8400 4ghz+
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Maybe buy a 1066 kit. If you go by rated speed, the ram will limit you to 3.6ghz. That's pretty much a worst case scenario and could probably clock higher than it's rated speed,.
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why don`t you get these?
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231122
Only 7bucks more.
BTW the "upgrade" from 667 to 800 is so small you won`t even notice the difference.
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Maybe buy a 1066 kit. If you go by rated speed, the ram will limit you to 3.6ghz. That's pretty much a worst case scenario and could probably clock higher than it's rated speed,.
as of right now, i am 3.7ghz stable on the 667 ram.
will a 1066 kit like http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-166-_-Product improve my ability to overclock around ~4.5ghz?
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For 4,5Ghz you will need 500MHz FSB with you chip. I`m not shure if your mobo can deliver a FSB that high. Anyways a 1066 RAM would fit right into this scenario.
The RAM would run @1000MHz if you keep the fsb:dram ratio @1:1 (which give you the best performance). So if you are want to upgrade get some 1066ish RAM.
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ok, for my budget.. should i ...
get 4gb of 1066 ram?
or 8gb of 800 ram?
does having more gb of ram matter? as in overclocking matter?
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get 4gb of 1066 ram?
or 8gb of 800 ram?
Depends on what you are doing. I you only play games then 4GB would be enough. With 8GB you would also need a 64bit version of windows 7.
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does having more gb of ram matter?
Yes. Like above.
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as in overclocking matter?
You put more stress on the memory controller so it could be harder to reach higher clocks.
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