rpaiz Posted August 31, 2008 Share Posted August 31, 2008 Hi! Attempted to find a similar subject via search, but no luck. Point me to the right place if I've missed it, please. I am building a new system (the one in my profile) based on the Gigabyte GA-MA78G-DS3H mobo and a Phenom X4 @ 2.6 GHz. I had originally planned on using only 4GB of RAM, and so I purchased a TWIN2X4096-8500C5D set of 2 sticks. But I've now decided to use 8GB of RAM instead. So... 1. Can I simply buy another two sticks, or do I really need to replace my current RAM with something else? I would prefer to keep this and add another two sticks, but is that feasible and advisable? 2. If I can use 4 sticks of this RAM, what settings are known to be "fast but stable" on this board and CPU? Where should I start as a "known-good" configuration when I first build the system? I usually try to do only a little light overclocking, since rock-solid stability is far more important to me than speed. Thanks, Rodolfo Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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