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EDIT: What 64gb kit speed should I when hosting minecraft servers FTB, HEXXIT? I'm using SEUS mods with 128 or bigger texture packs client side on the same computer when hosting a server.

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I'm getting ready for a major overhaul on my computer and moving from 1155 to 2011.

I just but a 64gb kit at 1333 or 1600 or 2133.

I'm only asking about memory as I'm running out using Minecraft with SEUS shaders mods and with a 256 texture packs. My cpu is not able to hold 30fps with setting maxed out and render distance set to FAR.

Other than that 16gb was fine for me. Nothing uses it all but Minecraft modded and stuff.
I'm starting to play Feed The Beast and HEXXIT. I starting to run a lan server of all Minecraft variations. When I'm running a server I'm still using Sonic Ethers Mod but using a 64 texture pack. My CPU cant keep up with chunk loading and memory used to almost to the full.
I also stream on TWITCH

I'm also tight with money so I don't want to upgrade a whole computer for a few year so I'm going with the i7 3930k and GIGABYTE GA-X79S-UP5-WIFI because of it 2x Lan ports which is great for me hosting Servers. I may go with Gtx 780 or titan but the graphic card is the last to be upgraded going to wait for price to come down.

Sorry for ranting back to my point should I grab 64gb of slowest speed or buy 2133?
Edited by everlast4291987 - 7/22/13 at 3:59am
    
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short answer = yes, it will be fine.
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You could do Single, Dual, Tri & Quad Channel modes on a Quad-Channel capable motherboard.
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I've changed my mind i would like 64gb of memory. MY OP is EDITED. sorry been up all night.

Thanks guy for telling my I use my old memory.

I thank if I'm upgrading my computer I'll use 64gb to avoid java memory low errors when I'm playing minecraft by myself using big texture packs.

The only thing i need to know is when using that memory size does speed really matter now .
Edited by everlast4291987 - 7/22/13 at 7:08am
    
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