4GB high end memory - or 8GB \'low budget\'

Crucial or Corsair. I have a P867Pro 3.1 Asus 1505 Bios and crucial blue screen and failed linux memory test where as now I have 12gb 1333 memory test mok but slower loads and less fps in programs as a whole.

Frank flsms@cox.net
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  1. More GB! On the Sandy Bridge the differences are VERY minimal.
  2. go with 8gb
  3. jaquith said:
    More GB! On the Sandy Bridge the differences are VERY minimal.

    +1
  4. h3sham said:
    go with 8gb


    A reply to Crucial It was your High end ram that blue screen and failed Linux meemory test had memory fan INSTALLED RAN @3300 RPM bought with advisor tool for high end memory serial number BL51264FN2001 Y16F94 1.65 VOLT 20000MHZ 9-11-9-27. wENT BACK TO CRUCIAL REGULAR 1333 1.5V 12GB AND STOP HAVING BLUE SCREEN AND PASSED LINUX MEMORY TEST.

    FRANK
  5. Yes 8GB
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