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Which memory better , question

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by vaikepois, Dec 15, 2011.

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  1. vaikepois

    vaikepois Thread Starter

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    Ok since i bought 2 extra gb

    I have

    1x DIMM1: Kingston 9905230-002.B03LF (2 rank 6 bank)
    2x DIMM2: Kingston 1G-UDIMM (1 rank 8 bank)

    But question is whats the difference.. i mean which better one?

    And there shouldnt be problems with these ram on my pc right?
     
  2. Bradthecru

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    With a part number for the second module, you might get more information. The difference between the 2 ran 6 bank (I'm guessing this is actually 4 bank instead of 6) vs 1 rank 8 bank is how the components are made. If all speed specs were the same, and you were to benchmark these in the same system one at a time, they would perform basically the same.

    To say one is better than the other would be more of an opinion, not fact.

    Working together in your system really depends on your system. In some, they would work fine together, in others, they wouldn't.
     
  3. vaikepois

    vaikepois Thread Starter

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    yeah their stats same just ranks and banks different. so i was wondering just which memory is better xD

    Cuz it feels as 2 ranks and 6 banks better as 2 cores and 6 threads xD

    Well i make now sense.. but yeah if they same then its fine. And these 2 memory cards look so different but work on my pc. That long numbered one RAm is much bigger from size yet other one is twice smaller!
     
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