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i think its more like, one side of the CPU is doing more work, because it can't split the task to both memory channels, so one memory channel is stuck doing all the lifting. Monitoring software may not properly discern this.
but yeah, feed it the standard. Also, what's your workload? 64gb isn't really a thing most folks chuck into their gaming or benchmark rigs.
don't make the mistake many many many of us have made, specially if your budget is tight. Don't buy into the extreme memory hype machine. 16gb is more than adequate for a general purpose PC. GP includes gaming, meme making, photoshop/other light Adobe products, crunching...
no need for 32gb+ unless you plan to do some actual heavy lifting.
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