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Choice of RAM - 1600MHz vs 2400 MHz

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by SimpleCookie, Apr 29, 2015.

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2400 MHz CL11 vs 1600 MHz CL9

  1. 2400 MHz CL11

    37.5%
  2. 1600 MHz CL9

    62.5%
  1. RickyTerzis

    RickyTerzis New Member

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    Hi..i am a new user here. In my case i require quite fast RAM. My RAM is also almost always at 60% of more in the task manager, so I definitely need more storage, but in this case I believe, faster RAM would also decrease the need of the storage as it would make the pain of reloading new RAM easierm if that makes sense
     
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    Djolovicl eTeknix Janitor Forum Mod

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    No, no it doesn't.

    Unless you're doing some batshit crazy stuff, you're not gonna get a noticeable difference in every day use no matter how supposedly fast your RAM is. As for 60% RAM usage, just stop using damn Chrome.
     

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