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Was about to ask exactly this, and don't anyone say virtualisation, because that's what server platforms are for.
RAM disks are also VERY useful.
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lol, 4gb is more than enough for most computer users
MOST, definitely not all. I have 6GB with an 8GB paging file, with X79 I'm going 16GB minimum.

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So basically "X79 Memory" means nothing other than "DDR3 Sold in 4 pack".
Yeah, pretty much, these are the RAM kits I will be buying.

Either 2 of these because I like the timings.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231445

Or 1 of these, this price can't be beat, and you can most likely run them 8-8-8-24 as well:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231429

Remember, it's the not the RAM kits that determine if it's Dual or Quad channel, but how many slots you have populated.
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Kits should also be guaranteed to work with the advertised settings. If you buy single sticks meant for benching only and try to cram in 32gb you're probably not going to see the awesome clock speeds and timings that were promised.
 
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Kits should also be guaranteed to work with the advertised settings. If you buy single sticks meant for benching only and try to cram in 32gb you're probably not going to see the awesome clock speeds and timings that were promised.

this^^^

also, thought you guys would like this if you havent seen it yet... they had 64GBs of RAM running at 2600MHz eek.gif

Source... anyone have word on release date of the 2400MHz 32GB kit?

as for the 64GBs of RAM, i have actualy got computers starved for RAM with 32GBs... run multiple CAD, Maya, 3d Max, programs, use the internet (with like 40 tabs at a time like i do), listen to music, word process, and do large 3D renderings and i guarentee you you would be greatful for 64GBs... i realize that the number of people that actualy need the memory is very low, but they are out there... also, at 64GBs the main market is for people that want a bigger epeen anyways
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ill be getting the 2133 4x4 kit next week so ill let you all know how they perform, ill bet you a 100$ they are the exact same as 2400mhz ones;)
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