Quote: Originally Posted by kbrady1979
I have that same kit, only in 16GB and the BIOS initially recognizes it as 1333MHz and you have to set it to 1866MHz manually. Your RAM is MORE than enough, I'd just set the CR to 1T. You won't see any difference, except in benchmarking, going faster than the RAM you currently have. You have a great mix of capacity/frequency and unless you are doing crazy video/picture rendering, you will never need more RAM, or a higher frequency RAM.
Just curious, are you running an SSD in that system?
C'mon man... for once in my life I can write this off my taxes as this is for business use!
I've heard other say they didn't have to do anything in the BIOS, that their machine increased on it's own to 1866MHz
I'm probably going to get that 32gig kit anyway, unless you guys think it'll slow something down.
No, I have the latest Western Digital 10,000 RPM drive where the little thingy never touches the disc... it's very quiet.
I'd just set the CR to 1T
OK, so how do I do that... and if I went ahead and got the 32 gig kit, does this adjustment stay the same?