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HyperX FURY Series 8GB DDR3 1866MHz £54.99 @ Amazon

£54.99 @ Amazon
8GB DDR3 1866MHz Tested with good brands of motherboards Easy to install - features plug-and-play functionality Automatic overclocking - reach faster speeds and higher capacities by …
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8GB DDR3
1866MHz

Tested with good brands of motherboards
Easy to install - features plug-and-play functionality
Automatic overclocking - reach faster speeds and higher capacities by installing the memory, no adjustments in BIOS needed
Reliable - 100% factory tested
Guaranteed - free technical support
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#1
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#2
Is there an issue with windows or certain motherboards where if you install more than a 4gb stick of ram it dosent properly recognise it? I remember reading something awhile ago, but can't find it anymore..

Edited By: enjoy_mush on Dec 28, 2014 17:18
#3
I'm so out of the game does anyone know if this will be compatible with X58 chipset?
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enjoy_mush
Is there an issue with windows or certain motherboards where if you install more than a 4gb stick of ram it dosent properly recognise it? I remember reading something awhile ago, but can't find it anymore..


32bit OS can see up to 3.25GB only...
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enjoy_mush
Is there an issue with windows or certain motherboards where if you install more than a 4gb stick of ram it dosent properly recognise it? I remember reading something awhile ago, but can't find it anymore..

Not that I know of. BUT what you may be referring to is that 32BIT OS cannot use more than 4GB Ram (3.25 to be precise i think). Be sure to use a 64 Bit OS to be able to use all that ram

32bit OS can only use 3.25GB

Edited By: thebuyer on Dec 28, 2014 17:21
#6
Is that 3.25 per stick, or overall? Thanks for the answers and the deal. Much appreciated
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enjoy_mush
Is that 3.25 per stick, or overall? Thanks for the answers and the deal. Much appreciated

No.

if you have 32bit and have lets say 4 x 8GB (32 GB Total), you will only be able to use 3.25GB. In order to be able to use the rest you would need to use a 64bit OS.
#8
thebuyer
enjoy_mush
Is that 3.25 per stick, or overall? Thanks for the answers and the deal. Much appreciated

if you have 32bit and have lets say 4 x 8GB (32 GB Total), you will only be able to use 3.25GB. In order to be able to use the rest you would need to use a 64bit OS.

Wow that's quite a restriction. 64bit it is then. Cheers


Edited By: enjoy_mush on Dec 28, 2014 17:38: i be really stoopid
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enjoy_mush
thebuyer
enjoy_mush
Is that 3.25 per stick, or overall? Thanks for the answers and the deal. Much appreciated

Wow that's quite a restriction. 64bit it is then. Cheers
No.

if you have 32bit and have lets say 4 x 8GB (32 GB Total), you will only be able to use 3.25GB. In order to be able to use the rest you would need to use a 64bit OS.

Yeah it's because 32bit can only store 4,294,967,295 or 2^32 different values whereas 64 bit can store 2^64 (over 18 quintillion or 1.8×1019) values.

source

Edited By: thebuyer on Dec 28, 2014 17:31
#10
ceaton88
I'm so out of the game does anyone know if this will be compatible with X58 chipset?
Worse case scenario is that you would have to manually set timings and speed.
Just remember to respect the ddr voltage and qpi/vtt rule of 0.5v difference between the 2 and you will be fine, google it if your not sure.
#11
thebuyer
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Thats what I call a price drop, heat added!

Edited By: iceman85 on Dec 28, 2014 23:43
#12
Can i use 1600Mhz ram with the 1866Mhz ones ?
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nice-new
Can i use 1600Mhz ram with the 1866Mhz ones ?

Well you can, but the ram will be limited to 1600Mhz. You can't use 2 different configurations / speeds.
#14
thebuyer
nice-new
Can i use 1600Mhz ram with the 1866Mhz ones ?

Well you can, but the ram will be limited to 1600Mhz. You can't use 2 different configurations / speeds.

Ok, thanks.^^
#15
Do you have to fit RAM in pairs?
#16
WiganLaticsFan
Do you have to fit RAM in pairs?
No.
1 stick of RAM will work perfectly.

2 or 4 sticks is used when the user wants the ram to work in dual channel mode..for example I use 2 x 4GB ram in dual channel mode.

Dual Channel Memory
#17
Typical pondered too long gone up to £61.05 now. :(
#18
Bonesy4505
Typical pondered too long gone up to £61.05 now. :(

this one is £2 more, but yeah price for the white one has gone up.

HyperX FURY Series 8GB DDR3 1866MHz CL10 DIMM Memory Module - Red

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Edited By: thebuyer on Dec 29, 2014 01:11
#19
enjoy_mush
Is there an issue with windows or certain motherboards where if you install more than a 4gb stick of ram it dosent properly recognise it? I remember reading something awhile ago, but can't find it anymore..

This is when you dont have 64 bit windows i think? thats only thing i could see as being a problem.
#20
lol I ordered these last week and got £6 off using flubit..... £56 haahaha gutted I could have had them for under £50....never mind


Heat!!!
#21
All ddr3 will drop in price once ddr4 is fully out but then it will jump back up like ddr2 did. The key is waiting for drop and buy then. 8gb for 55 quid is nothing special tbh.

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