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TheArkhamKnight

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  1. Thanks, I've just check my motherboards memory support, and it can definitely handle up to 128gb, but I don't know about individual sizes. Does this make any sense to you? 3rd/2nd/1st Gen AMD Ryzen™/ 2nd and 1st Gen AMD Ryzen™ with Radeon™ Vega Graphics/ Athlon™ with Radeon™ Vega Graphics Processors 4 x DIMM, Max. 128GB, DDR4 4400(O.C)/3466(O.C.)/3200(O.C.)/3000(O.C.)/2800(O.C.)/2666/2400/2133 MHz Un-buffered Memory Dual Channel Memory Architecture ECC Memory (ECC mode) support varies by CPU. * Refer to www.asus.com for the Memory QVL (Qualified Vendors Lists).
  2. I know that my motherboard supports up to 128gb total, I don't know about the module size. Will check know, thanks.
  3. I don't necessarily need 48gb RAM always, but it's good to have the option, especially because some instruments I use take up a Gigabyte of RAM by themselves. So it's more of a case of giving me the option rather than always using it.
  4. I currently have 2x8gb RAM sticks in my PC. However, it is unfortunately not enough and I am going to save up to buy 2x16gb sticks. If I were to get the exact same RAM (timings, brand, etc) but just with different sizes, and run then together for a total of 48gb RAM, would I still be able to run Dual Channel? If so, how, and if not, how important is it? I don't use integrated graphics or anything, nor is the primary use of my PC gaming. It is more focused towards Orchestral Music writing. Would not having Dual Channel severely impact performance or is it not that important outside of a gaming
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