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I'm hardly an expert at this, so please bear with me if these questions seem elementary, as they probably are.
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It seems to me you're saying that the RAM Gigabyte GA-B75M-D3V DMI Viewer getting enough juice to run at Does that mean that upping the voltage in the right spots might make that possible? Or is loosening the timings the only shot I have at hitting ? If the former, any hints on what settings to look at and what voltages to try?
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If the latter, Gigabyte GA-B75M-D3V DMI Viewer would then conclude that my RAM is going to be running slower than if I had 16GB installed, which, for now, is probably more than enough. If that is indeed Gigabyte GA-B75M-D3V DMI Viewer case which I'll test as soon as I get home by pulling out two stickswould you recommend sticking with less RAM at a faster speed rather than more RAM at a slower speed?
Finally, I did some research which seemed to suggest that MHz is the point of best value after which you start to see diminishing returns i. Obviously, that's somewhat subjective, but if you don't agree, Gigabyte GA-B75M-D3V DMI Viewer you recommend an alternative RAM I should take a look at? Thanks again, ChrisPowers As for not getting enough juice, it is possible that a bit more voltage could help it. If your memory is rated for 1.
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The settings I mean are the first four. As I said, as an example upped to maybe at Loosening the timings is to a degree the same as in upping voltage. More voltage makes semiconductors react a bit quicker, with certain limits. Loosening timings means making the memory controller wait a bit longer to accomodate the shortcomings of your memory at the given clock rate. I am using G. However on my system one bank consists of 4 memory slots, not two like on Gigabyte GA-B75M-D3V DMI Viewer system. Now as for what's better Yet you paid for 32 GB and you might feel better with using what you paid for Losing some clock speed prolly does not make much of a difference either.
You might want to try Passmark for system performance ratings, not sure tho if that's the best way to test it. Also, consider if it's a good idea to have 32 GB to begin with.
Windows 7 creates a hiberfil. Why can't we just have everything we want maxed out without ever having to compromise anywhere?! Anyway, whining aside, thanks a ton for all the info. I really appreciate you taking the time Gigabyte GA-B75M-D3V DMI Viewer address all my questions. For me, the speed is more important, and I have no problem selling the RAM and eating the loss.
I might even be able to pawn it off to a friend for cheap. I did realize that I was spending a bit more Gigabyte GA-B75M-D3V DMI Viewer I would otherwise have strictly for aesthetic reasons, as I felt that the Dominator Platinum RAM looked sick, but still, at that price, I never expected to have to pay any mind to it whatsoever.
I'll have to ponder what to do next. Pulling out the two sticks Gigabyte GA-B75M-D3V DMI Viewer checking the speed will go a long way toward helping me decide. I could always put my RAM away for the time being until the day should come that I actually end up needing it.
I took your suggestion and tried upping the voltage a bit first. Set it to 1. I never expected it to behave in that way, where too little voltage, instead of Gigabyte GA-B75M-D3V DMI Viewer to work at all with bad settings, would actually just scale them back to something it could handle without giving any indication as to why. Free Download Gigabyte GA-B75M-D3V (rev. ) DMI Viewer Utility B (Other Drivers & Tools).
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