Originally Posted by FreedomEclipse
It shouldnt matter, but the faster ram will default to the slower speed of the other ram.
Would be better if they were matched sets or at least the same speeds
do you think it's worth going all out and buying these
Corsair 8GB (2x4GB) DDR3 1333MHz Laptop Memory Kit...
it's a dual core laptop so it's probably overkill, but it's not incredibly expensive and it could still make a difference with all of windows 7's caching and stuff
Intel® Flex Memory Technology
Facilitates easier upgrades by allowing different memory sizes to be populated and remain in dual-channel mode.
since the processors has this advertised then i though it might just be easier, just to get a 4gb value ram and have done with it, it doesn't do any work that too serious, spends most of the day internet browsing, it just needs a bit of a speed boost as 2GB is just too low
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