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Old 02-06-2012, 06:39 PM
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Originally Posted by ian1246 View Post
Info: XMS 3 Corsair 1333mhz 2 x 4gb

http://www.corsair.com/memory-by-pro...m2a1333c9.html

Ram isn't overclocked as far as I m aware (though if I go into BIOS its set to "Turbo". So I m gonna change it to standard & see if that improves).

On a side note... would the slots matter?

Since the Ram chips currently sit in:

Slot 1: Empty
Slot 2: Ram Chip
Slot 3: Empty
Slot 4: Ram Chip

I.e. should it be together in pairs I.e. Slots 1 & 2? Or would it not matter?

I think ur rams fine,,, you can try slot 1 and 3, read your motherboard manual for proper ram installation, some channel setups are 1&2, 3&4 and some are 1&3,2&4.


I'd look next towards a list of programs that run in the background, anti virus, anti spyware, and what ever else, all of it. then try turning it all off and see if game is more stable, if it is then turn half of those programs on again and check again, repeat and narrow it down to the program that is conflicting. or im not sure what else to do, you can try other drivers for your video card.
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