Originally Posted by xd_1771
You'll see an improvement...if you use a proper dual channel kit. Lots of headroom above generic speeds/timings you could get to with a proper kit. Certain programs (i.e. video transcoding) make more of a difference than others. If you have an SSD, high speed and low timings are a must to take full advantage. Since it appears you do have one, I highly suggest you go for the upgrade.
Yes im kind of thinking that way as I do a fair bit of video stuff, the first kit above is 7-7-7-24 and a 3x2gb kit, or I could get the same latency in 2x2gb kits twice, and fill all the slots up
would u go for that?
I can pension off my 1333 9-9-9-24 ram in pc's to sell as I got enuff bits now to do two...
Sorry...so the 1333 7-7-7-24 will be better than the 1600 8-8-8-24 really want to get this correct b4 I buy any.. ThanksEdited by moonmanas - 2/22/11 at 9:04am