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    8gb of DDR2 pc6400 or 4gb of DDR2 pc8500

    Hi users,

    My laptop is a Dell 6400, I installed a Need for speed carbon on my Laptop. But i found that some issue with graphic Restoration. i also have nvida 5600 graphic card. So i seemed that the RAM issue. so i want to install 8gb of DDR2 pc6400 but also confused with 4gb of DD2 pc8500. Which one is best. Pleases suggest.
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    8gb of DDR2 pc6400 or 4gb of DD2 pc8500

    Most users must have sufficient strength and capacity, enabling them to create and edit their own digital media: Audio, video, Image. Add Corsair Memory is one of the most effective ways to improve the overall performance. You need maximize your DDR2 4GB off DD2 pc8500 Memory allows that you to fill high-speed. Actually DDR1 or DDR2, ddr1 generation of DDR2 on behalf of the 2G than 1G's also expensive, DDR2's 2G usually 150-170 dollars.

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    8gb of DDR2 pc6400 or 4gb of DD2 pc8500

    Actually pc6400 equivalent 800Mhz and pc8500 equivalent to 1066MHz. So Memory, CPU frequency, and frequency, as customarily used to indicate the speed of memory, which represents the memory the highest possible operating frequency. Memory frequency is MHz (megahertz) for the unit to measure. Higher memory frequency to some extent represents the faster memory can achieve! (Required for better CPU and motherboard combination to achieve the overall machine performance improvements).

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    8gb of DDR2 pc6400 or 4gb of DD2 pc8500

    4gb of DD2 pc8500 have enhanced multitasking capabilities, adding system memory is to help improve overall system performance laptop most economic way, DDR 2 uses 1.8V voltage contrast, energy consumption is smaller, so battery life. Improved heat treatment procedures within the system can reduce power consumption even more, stringent testing to ensure that the notebook computer system with 100% compatibility between. Option memory products if installed will enjoy a ThinkPad warranty service mode.

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    8gb of DDR2 pc6400 or 4gb of DDR2 pc8500

    At present the market of products DDR2-667 1GB more, for many users, it's impossible to distinguish the quality of how that kind of brand memory, are often allowed to JS exploited, and today from the world as we introduce a Famous Brand - Gentle technology companies DDR2-6674GB memory products, so that we witnessed what is the big brands of memory products. You may take this one.

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    8gb of DDR2 pc6400 or 4gb of DDR2 pc8500

    You need to simply put 4gb DDR2 , DDR2 main memory running at 400-800MHz frequency, we often hear of DDR2 1066, and even DDR2 1400MHz, but encountered some better system of particles, as we have from the CPU to CPU overclocking system, the same decision. After that is the frequency overclocking.

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