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Old 14-10-2018, 07:17 PM   #13
neobear224
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Any evidence of this claim that DDR3 is bad for gaming? If you are using integrated graphics, I would agree, but not with dedicated graphics. People who just blindly look at the bandwidth don't understand that the gains in bandwidth, i.e. DDR4 3000, is at the expense of the ram timing. DDR3 1866 by the way is generally faster than one at DDR4 2133 and should perform close to 2400.
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