- Aug 8, 2010
- 540 (0.20/day)
|Processor||i7 4700MQ 4x 3.40GHz|
|Cooling||Modded Fan + AS5|
|Memory||16GB PC12800 DDR3 Dual Channel|
|Video Card(s)||nVidia Quadro K2100M 2GB GDDR5|
|Storage||256GB Samsung 850 Pro SSD|
|Display(s)||15.4" 3K IPS|
|Audio Device(s)||Realtek HD Audio|
|Mouse||Razer DeathAdder WOT Edition|
|Software||Windows 10 Home|
Your CPU doesn't support dual channel, mainly because your CPU only has 1 64-bit DDR3-channel. You'll be running two DIMMs on a single channel. The only benefit you'll get is the 1333Mhz speed over 1066Mhz. I don't know what to tell you though, this platform isn't designed for gaming. You're not going to get much of anything out of this platform when it comes to games.
When I put in 2x2GB DDR3 same chip multiple programs report dual chanel and not a single one does not.
Putting in 2 different dimms doesn't give me that.
And as for gaming I think I have proven that it handels more or less modern games even on max --- NOW don't get me wrong here!
I will never see this thing running BF above 1024x768 xD but if it runns even that smooth on low then I don't see a reason why not enjoy some pixelated Deadspace 2 on it from time to time.