ballistix ram

  Garthyy 20:50 06 Sep 2010

will it make a difference? and if so is it best for 4x1gb or 2x2gb?

  northumbria61 22:24 06 Sep 2010

Not enough information here Garthy for anyone to give you a reasonable answer. You need to be more specific about your setup, what RAM you currently have, what maximim RAM your motherboard can handle, number of slots etc. If you don't already have that info obtain it by downloading and running BELARC Advisor from here click here OR SIW from here click here

  Audio~~Chip 00:22 07 Sep 2010

we need more detail about your machine or laptop, which windows, make &/or Model. How much memory fitted at the moment. Which Windows XP, Vista, 7 32bit or 64bit

  dasli 09:34 07 Sep 2010


  Garthyy 12:14 07 Sep 2010

windows vista ultimate 32bit, 4 x 1gb ram, asus strikerII NSE motherboard, 3.40 gigahertz Intel Core2 Extreme, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 260 [Display adapter] (2x)
Do you need more info? if so let me know.

  DieSse 16:52 07 Sep 2010

Will 4GB of Ballistix RAM be better than the 4GB you have now?

Not in any meaningful way - assuming what you have now is working correctly.

If it's faster, and your motherboard can cope with faster RAM - it may make a very marginal difference - but I suspect you would hardly measure it, let alone perceive it.

  Garthyy 17:03 07 Sep 2010

thanks DieSse, wasnt sure about the benefit but will now forget the upgrade.

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