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    Athlon64 system, RAM advice needed!

    Hey guys,

    I've finally bitten the bullet and decided to go the Athlon 64 route. I've already decided on the 3500+ Winchester core CPU and the Abit AV8 motherboard, so this just leaves me needing some RAM.

    I'm looking at getting one of the 2x512mb packages but i'm not sure if the system works better with a single stick of 1Gb? If any one has any experiances with Alothn 64 and which RAM to use for overclocking/gaming then there advice would be extreemly useful!

    Thanks in advance guys!

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    Check most of the recent RAM threads round and it will answer your questions
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