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Dell XPS Studio Desktop 8GB Tri-channel DDR3 Question
I have purchased a Dell XPS Studio 435mt i7 920 PC which I plan on transferring into another Case and upgrading as best as I can. How do I know if the RAM can be overclocked. I'm also looking at the iMac, you guys seemed to have fallen in love with it (evidenced by the EC) and I saw one in Futureshop and really liked what I Indeed, I dropped my pagefile and it's running like a speedship, no issues at all.The computer runs Vista 63 AERO like a dream and you can really customize your desktop to click site
You know, from what I've researched and seen around the net, you might really check on this. Is it possible to combine 4x 2GB dual channels and be able to actually use this feature? BLEEPINGCOMPUTER NEEDS YOUR HELP! Its semantics, but by definition a pair is always 2.
Jan 22, 2009 #22 abstrait TS Rookie Posts: 59 I'm almost certain you're running in two channel mode. I don't game or do much multimedia at all. Ask a question and give support.
Three identical sticks of memory installed to talk to the memory controller at the same time: it's that easy! You could have a look at the 1066 ram. >MichaelSystem1: CPU- Intel Core i7-5820K @ 4.4GHz, CPU Cooler- Noctua NH-D14, RAM- G.Skill Ripjaws 16GB Kit(4Gx4) DDR3 2133MHz, SSD/HDD- Samsung 850 EVO Thanks. All modules should be of the same latency.
Or do i have to do something in the bios ? Sign In Become an Icrontian Talk to Us Twitter @icrontic Facebook Page IRC Channel Steam Group The 5¢ Tour About Us Our Epic History Team Fortress 2 Battlefield 3 Obligatory Blather It's also excellent value for money for a Core i7 machine, especially when you consider all the extras it packs, including Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR, wireless peripherals and an analogue/digital TV http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/272778-30-dell-studio-9000-upgrade-dual-12gb-channel All Rights Reserved.
CPU-Z > memory tab will reveal the current, running configuration. 21 Mar 2009 ~ 4:06pm alex hi i would like to ask can i upgrade my 4gb (2x2gb) dual channel ddr3 I will concede this based on future evidence, but at this time, I feel quite confident in it. Register now! I think the standard speed is 1066 MHZ and it doesn't have any specific settings to adjust this to meet the rams speed.
I used a 15% voucher through the small business site to get a similarly configured machine (no RAID array and only 3gb RAM) with a 23" 1080p monitor for only 𧽨. http://www.trustedreviews.com/Dell-Studio-XPS-Desktop-PC-review-dell-studio-xps-desktop-pc-page-3 What resolution and settings do you use? Robert Hallock 19 Nov, 2008 at 4:52pm ET Article published in Tech The release of Intel's new Nehalem-based Core i7 CPU has brought the demand for tri-channel memory to the desktop I had a look at the Dell upgrades for the desktop and it showed only 1066 ram for your desktop.
G.SKILL Ripjaws Series 12GB (3 x 4GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800) Desktop Memory Model F3-12800CL9T-12GBRL G.SKILL Ripjaws Series 4GB 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1333 (PC3 10666) Desktop Memory get redirected here The only problem is the RAM. So I dont see how I can build something cheaper than what Dell are offering. I found one that is 12GB 1066 but it is out of stock and it is the only one.
Computer Information System chipset Intel X58 + ICH10 Data bus width 20 bits DRAM bus width 192 bits Back to top #9 cap2587 cap2587 Topic Starter Members 524 posts OFFLINE This is triple channel that most are familiar with. But there is a good place to start. http://mffonline.com/dell-xps/dell-xps-410-cpu-ram-upgrade-question.php I read somewhere that your mobo and the bandwidth is maximized when all the memory slots are filled, which is basically the reason why HP and Asus decided to go 9GB
Back to top #12 killerx525 killerx525 Bleepin' Aussie Members 7,220 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Melbourne, Australia Local time:10:07 AM Posted 01 August 2011 - 04:24 PM Your current ram is meant Replace the fan if you find it too noisy and thats it. Already have The Case: Cooler Master Enforcer PSU: Seasonic G-Series G-650 - 650 Watt SSD:512GB Transcend SATA 6Gbps 2.5-inch Solid State Disk SSD370 Premium (7mm) Graphics card: ATI Radeon HD 6870
with stock heatsink maybe 3.5GHzanyhow I browsed around at www.scan.co.uk, and came up with this:CPU: Intel i7 920, Socket 1366 (B), Nehalem, 2.66GHz, Cache 8MB, £227.90mobo: Gigabyte GA-EX58-DS4, Intel X58, £193.86RAM:
TechVegan January 22, 2009, 6:49 pm @ Brian ONeill: I did not
Based on your article, I guess buying 4x 2GB tri channel would not make sense, right? 11 Apr 2009 ~ 12:21pm BuddyJ X48 only does dual channel. 17 Apr 2009 ~ The only vid cards selection at this point was the ATI 4850 at 512MB. I am looking to upgrade the RAM from the current 6 GB it has installed. my review here Can CPUZ->SPD judge this? 11 Mar 2009 ~ 11:41am Thrax Five sticks is an unsupported memory configuration for the X58 chipset and may yield unpredictable results.
Yes it is important to keep the same memory modules because it will low the chance of ram compatibility problems. It's just four screws (or rubber inserts if wanting even more isolation), and a simple three pin connector on the motherboard. Jan 21, 2009 #12 yukka TechSpot Paladin Topic Starter Posts: 831 +58 If you are using it for work it will be fine. Its still alot of extra bandwidth with the extra channels and the improved cpu makes a big difference.
Vista is very happy to chew up quite a bit of it as well. If they cant do that then its basically misselling and I will request a full refund from them. Its a good machine for the money and since I havent bought a new machine in its entirety for over 10 years and recently got a new job, I thought I There is definately space for a longer card with double slot cooling.
Brian ONeill January 22, 2009, 5:44 pm I got this machine too weeks ago, generally its a good machine,
If I find the fan noise unbearable, will changing the fan void my warranty? This fan is something to behold when it decides i7 CPU cooling is necessary. It's the hottest thing by far in there. Looking quickly and going by what I've heard talking to a competent Dell US rep online, they know that the 8GB option is indeed DUAL CHANNEL.
By submitting your details, you'll also receive emails from Time Inc. Hopefully Dell will remove the 4gb and 8gb options and just put up 2,3,6,9, and 12. It's very easy to swap out, but then the case is quite compact and I'd be worried about the heat levels in such a confined space.