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    Ivy Bridge HD4000 IGP memory performance tested

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    http://www.anandtech.com/show/6372/m...gp-with-gskill

    It seems 1866MHZ and 2133MHZ is the optimal RAM for the HD4000 IGP.OTH,1600MHZ DDR3 would still do the job.


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    Re: Ivy Bridge HD4000 IGP memory performance tested

    Nice, thanks for that. I've been trying to decide if I should look at upgrading my RAM on my i7 rig and then dropping my 1866 ram into my AMD rig ready for the FX8350 (assuming I actually get it) now I'll be able to find out if my PC would benefit from it by reading this article. Ideally, I'd be looking at a low profile solution as well, so it's doubly interesting as there are some on there.

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