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Discussion in 'Motherboards & Memory' started by poweruser83, Mar 13, 2012.

  1. poweruser83 New Member

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    hi, i'd like to know which ram is the best for my 7741g i3 380m @ 2.53, now it has 2*2gb elpida pc3-10700(667mhz). which 2*4gb u think is the best choiche for my notebook ?
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    look at its timing and the clock first tigher timing is better and if you have dual channel or 3ple channel use ram with same spec so you can have the advantage of dual channel
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    whatever you want really unless you have an amzing notebook your not going to be overclocking it :)
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    thanks, but for now the i dont want to buy a gaming notebook, just upgrade the stock sodimm for improve performance. so, which 2*4 kit u suggest me ? what u think about CORSAIR VEGEANCE ? And KINGSTONE XYPER-X ??

    cpuz timings are:
    Dram frequency 532 mhz
    fsb : Dram 4:16
    7 Clocks
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    20 Clocks
    60 Clocks
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    please suggest me the best ram kit to buy for.
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    it doesnt really matter your notebook is most likely going to downclock anything you buy anyways,so go with something that is the default speed of the notebook
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    OK thanks for reply. :)
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    but u think i will improve performance by changing the ram ?
    id like to know which is the best ram i can buy for my notebook. i mean the one whith best performance. thanks in advance for help.
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