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So I bought this: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813132032 and still need to buy RAM (tonight). Should I get 1 DIMM of 8gb or 2 DIMMs of 4? I might get 16 in the future if it becomes necessary.
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A debated subject, but since it is so cheap, just get one stick of 8 GB or 2x4GB (price valued). 8 GB is plenty of RAM except for those persons doing video editing ect.
    
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A debated subject, but since it is so cheap, just get one stick of 8 GB or 2x4GB (price valued). 8 GB is plenty of RAM except for those persons doing video editing ect.
Ok thanks. I think I'm going to go with just one 8gb DIMM. I can get away with only using one DIMM right?
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sure can, there shouldnt be any problems, on a performance standpoint the 2x4 option would bring a little more performance but it's usually close.
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