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Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post
Ah. I wonder what these guys say about not reaching a specific CPU frequencing (when OCing) if they use 4 sticks compared to 2 sticks. Must've been a coincidence or some unseen problem in their system?
they just have no skill (on 1155)

just kidding, they probably forgot to increase vccio.. i agree with pioneerisloud.. you won't get hampered by 4 sticks.. unless you are pushing to your mhz wall.. and even then.. you can get away with it as long as you increase the necessary voltages.
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post #22 of 24
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Originally Posted by badatgames18 View Post
they just have no skill (on 1155)

just kidding, they probably forgot to increase vccio.. i agree with pioneerisloud.. you won't get hampered by 4 sticks.. unless you are pushing to your mhz wall.. and even then.. you can get away with it as long as you increase the necessary voltages.
Lol, I just quoted this thread on the sticky thread you were in. Sorry
post #23 of 24
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Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post
So there's totally no disadvantage in shifting to 4x2GB compared to 2x4GB?
obviously there is, one day you might need 16 gigs and then your only option would be to toss away the 2 gig sticks and buy 4x4gig but i suspect 8 gig sticks will drop in price far before that might happen for the average gamer
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obviously there is, one day you might need 16 gigs and then your only option would be to toss away the 2 gig sticks and buy 4x4gig but i suspect 8 gig sticks will drop in price far before that might happen for the average gamer
I forgot to mentioned that I ruled out that disadvantage. I don't mind about the upgrade thing. I'm mainly concern on stability and better overclocks between 2 vs. 4 sticks now
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