|06 Nov 2012||#1|
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Is there any impact on the performance of a laptop under the following scenarios:
1) 6GB of toal RAM - 2GB in one slot and 4GB in another slot
2) 8GB of toal RAM - 4GB in one slot and 4GB in another slot.
(ofcourse 8GB is larger than 6GB ........... but ......... I cannot recall where exactly I read about accessing times of the CPU on symmetrically placed RAM modules and un-symmetrically placed ones - equal RAM in dual channel v/s unequal RAM in dual channel)
Any thoughts - if someone has a deeper understanding on this?
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