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    Another RAM Question..

    Am i best off, having 2x512 running dual channel, or 2x512 and 2x256??

    hardest system muncher i use is bf2 if that helps
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    Would reccomend going for 2x512Mb option over using all 4 memory slots

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    For bf2 it would be better to stretch to 2 x 1Gb for smoother game play.

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    Quote Originally Posted by teachmech
    For bf2 it would be better to stretch to 2 x 1Gb for smoother game play.
    i have the ram already mate
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    In that case putting all the ram in would drop you to 2t command but give you 1.5 gb which would probably be smoother in bf2 than just 1 gb. If you've already got the memory why not give it a try and report back on which works the best.

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