Opinion on DDR3 RAM
Obviously, the slower speed is cheaper, but only by about $8 difference.
That will get you the best of both worlds by having a matching set which won't give you any compatibility issues. In addition to that you'll get the ddr functionality as well.
If it was my call, I would just go with a set of 2 - 8 GB -1600 mhz sticks.
It's up to you what you want to do, but thats just my
A C3 Deneb can manage 4 DIMMs at DDR3-1600 but not much further.
By the way, trust me... you won't need more RAM
The majority of computer users will not max 4GB. Most are buying 8GB because its cheap. I handle regular HD video editing with 8GB RAM. Though I'm interested in pursuing more, this has to do with interest in running RAM disks.
On the page file, I guess I could keep it on. But if the machine has 32GB of ram in it, why would it have to shift programs in & out of ram when it not even close to full? I thought the sole purpose of the page file, was extra space to put running programs when you are exceeding your ram.
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