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memory 2200 how to get the most of it

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Hi guys i build my system 3 month ago, just know my build was mess up

Spec
i5 750 2.66Mhz
MB : Asus P7P55D-LE 4D3
vGA : Gigabyte 1GB GT240
Ram : Gskill 4GB (2x2GB) 2200 mhz DDR3 17600 for i5/i7
SATA II 500 G 7200 rpm
Coolermaster elite with 420 W

ok so far i know my memory too stand out?(will cost 100 buck more for nothing?)i mean i can get 8GB (4x2GB)1333 just add $50 more

1. The memory come with cooling fan mounted on top of memory with cool light but my friend with the similar system with ddr3 1333 got the some 7.5 windows rating for memory

2. 420 W power supply realy mess up with this system i think it need more

3. VGA i don`t know why i chose gigabyte vga than xfx GT240(few dollar differce) or maybe xfx HD5750(whick cost 50 buck more but differecnt perfomrnce)

What should i do now?
sell my memory and get another one?
Where can i sell it @ melbourne,australia?

note i don`t do overclock but i runing multiple software that push my memory up to 95~98% usage (so i need more than 4GB)
post #2 of 8
Hmmm overclock .... it what the ram is for you can sell it on here. but u need to up your rep .
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post #3 of 8
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so how do i get the most out of my memory?

i will need bigger than 4 GB (runing a lot of program)

should i sell my gskill 4GB 2x2GB 2200mhz and get 8GB 4x2GB 1333>?

or

i buy another set of gskill 4GB (2x2GB) make it to 8Gb (4x2GB) 2200mhz?

what mhz do anyway? i got no clue
or just change the seting with voltage will help it performance?
Edited by mrchocolate - 6/9/10 at 9:51pm
post #4 of 8
Well, the speed of your ram(Mhz) is not going to effect how much GB you are using. If you need more memory, OCing isn't going to help. You're just going to need more.
    
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What are you using your computer for?
I highly doubt you'll ever max 4 or 8gb on daily tasks or even moderately heavy tasks.
high speed ram like that is mainly for looks or extreme overclockers looking to get the most out of there system without sacrificing any speed.
In order to hit those speeds on your i5 you'll need to overclock it to 4.4ghz using 220 blck.
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Originally Posted by Prelude View Post
In order to hit those speeds on your i5 you'll need to overclock it to 4.4ghz using 220 blck.
That's not really correct. They can be run at full speed on 183blck at the 2/12 ratio, and CPU speed only has to be adjusted slightly depending on the multiplier.
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That's not really correct. They can be run at full speed on 183blck at the 2/12 ratio, and CPU speed only has to be adjusted slightly depending on the multiplier.
Are you sure?
I believe only the i7s have that mem multiplier and not the i5s.
I could be mistaken though.
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post #8 of 8
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so are my memory have to be set to run 2200? i think my MB support up to 1600?

i use a lot coz i play online game and used to open more tahn 10 windows at a time
heavy gaming
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