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Ram slot priority

Hello guys and girls! 

i'm looking for a new cpu cooler. and i really like the Noctua Nh-u14s.

But i have a problem. it blocks the first ram slot on my motherboard. i can move the ram no problems, but what about the prioritisation of the ram slots. It's shown in this picture http://www.asus.com/websites/global/products/rgUoVLEGwnM3NTF2/img/hp/overview/overview-n1.jpg (i know it's an LGA2011-v3 socket)

My motherboard is a  LGA1150 Gigabyte GA-Z87X-OC with a i7 4770k   http://cdn.overclock.net/4/4b/4ba43458_33062499.jpeg

Does it matter?? Is the board going to priorities a certain ram slot over another one, or am i going to be just fine??

 

//HrBorggreen 

SBJ  "Back in my day, the OS was the bios"

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i'm looking for a new cpu cooler. and i really like the Noctua Nh-u14s.

But i have a problem. it blocks the first ram slot on my motherboard. i can move the ram no problems, but what about the prioritisation of the ram slots. It's shown in this picture 

Doesn't matter which slot RAM is placed as long as you have them in the right slots to run in dual/quad channel.

"Rawr XD"

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No, it doesn't matter. If you have 2 sticks, just put them in the slots with the same colour.

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