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I'm upgrading 4x2GB sticks to 4x4GB sticks on a Z68 Pro3 board. Is it simply a case of switching off, replacing the sticks and booting up again or do I need to change anything in the bios?

 

Sorry, bit of a hardware amateur...


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Erm...no one?


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Shouldn't unless your are aggressively OCing your machine.

 

Ram is plug and play nowadays

 

 

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William Sequeira

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just slap them in and your good to go!


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Cheers William. I am ocing but not aggressively, just a simple bios overclock.


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You will be fine. Thinking about jumping up my memory also soon.

 

 

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Start with MemTest86 it's bootable.

Go to the BIOs memory frequency, make the change, retest.

Go to memory timing change command rate to one, retest.

Experiment with latency, retest.

If errors occur bump up VCCIO voltage until the errors stop.

 

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