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DDR Ram PC2300 and PC3200


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glen_m_32

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Hi

I have got the system stated below, and i have had some 512mb DDR PC2300 RAM. I know that all my RAM will drop to PC2300,

so i want to know is 1gb PC3200 better than 1.5gb PC2300? i use the computer for gaming, internet etc!

Thanks

Edited by glen_m_32, 26 March 2007 - 01:06 AM.

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In your case it would be better to have more RAM at the lower-rated speed, not less RAM at faster-rated speed.
In fact, if I had to choose, I would always choose more RAM as better than less, faster-rated RAM. Simply because it would have a more positive effect on performance and the benefits would be greater. The amount of multi-tasking you can do at any one time is determined by how much RAM you have, not how fast the RAM is.
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Fantastic, that has confirmed my own thoughts, thanks a bunch :whistling:
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I agree Pip22 , More RAM ( Random access memory ) the better

in some cases it can cause trouble/problems though...

Hope all goes well glen_m_32

Let us know how it all pans out in time :)


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