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Originally Posted by Mad_Handlez89 View Post
If it is AMD then it doesnt like 4x512 because the memory controller is on board.

With intel its a different story, all that 4x512mb does is use more voltage
that was winchester, clawhammer, newcastle, sledgehammer, and hammer.

Venice, san diego, Toldeo, Manchester, Windsor, Brisbane all support 4 ram sticks @ DDR 400, and it doesnt matter with DDR2 as it supports 4 @ DDR2 800. ANd only in benchmarks is there a diff between 1T and 2T you wouldnt notice it in the games or apps you run i promise
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yah

I am sure AMD has fixed the problem
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