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Master Geek


#261926 22-Dec-2019 15:29
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so the cheapest ddr4 8gb ram at the time i built my pc was $100 + free shipping

im using a 2400g and vega 11 the ram speed is 2400mhz

the price of ddr4 ram has come down in price a lot now i see so i think its time to upgrade

 

i can get another 8gb of ram the same that is in my pc now $50.90 that includes shipping but the speed is 2666mhz

 


the speed of the new ram stick is faster will it matter? i heard somewhere or from somebody i could set the other ram to 2666mhz but i am scared to as i might break the ram


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  #2380060 22-Dec-2019 15:36
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Yes. but will only run at 2400mhz.




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  #2380378 23-Dec-2019 13:30
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Dial111:

 

Yes. but will only run at 2400mhz.

 

 

cool i priced matched with mightyape and got the same ram i have now 8gb 2400mhz for 45.90nzd incluiding shipping price


 
 
 
 


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  #2380437 23-Dec-2019 13:50
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If you're using an APU, you will see significant gains if you can overclock the RAM - if you haven't actually completed the purchase and want to spend a few more bucks, it might be worth trying to sell your current RAM and buy a faster set of 16GB 3200?





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