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Old 01-14-2012, 02:06 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Default Re: building my first amd/ati setup

Originally Posted by SirCyber View Post
faster ram. pure and simple
However, the RAM will be running single channel. You will lose the performance boost of dual channel.

Originally Posted by dbxd1 View Post
You're one of the few people that I see wanting to do a AMD setup, everyone jumped on the bandwagon on how i5/i7's just stomp AMD's chips.

But for how cheap ram really is, you need to upgrade to dd3.
AMD is still the cheaper, better budget build. I have not seen a mention of DDR/DDR2 memory. There is no need to "upgrade" to DDR3, all suggestions have been for DDR3 RAM. Also, you can't upgrade from one RAM to another without a motherboard change.

Build to be updated, a reminder to myself.
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