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Topic # 86083 30-Jun-2011 20:31
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Hey

Im planning to get a Sandy Bridge 2400 now. And currently I dont have the money to get 4GB DDR3 RAM. My question is will 2GB of Ram work on a Sandy Bridge motherboard if it matches the speed on the motherboard?

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  Reply # 488075 30-Jun-2011 21:25
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Woah the price difference is like umm lol never mind. Yes it will work fine.





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  Reply # 488079 30-Jun-2011 22:02
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Isn't it under $50 for 2gb of DDR3 these days?

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  Reply # 488097 30-Jun-2011 22:52
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Yes.

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  Reply # 488118 1-Jul-2011 01:00
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got money for snadybridge but no money for RAM? how is the sandybridge going to perform if the is bottleneck all the way? let's build an 8 lane bridge .... but errm ... we're only going to open 2 lanes coz no money for the lane markings

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  Reply # 488159 1-Jul-2011 09:21
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Just try to get a 2gb chip and then you can get a matching one later on. It will be fine for a while.




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