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Expand memory on motherboard GA-X79-UD3


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Hello I want to expand my memories to 32 GB in GA-X79-UD3 motherboard

And buy memories at 2400 MHz I wanted to ask 

Something I do not understand is UDIMM and dimm

What is appropriate to apply if the above or both will work and what are the differences.

I use for video editing in resolution Premier etc. or for editing

 I'm looking for good memories from .

Thanks

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Practically UDIMM is like DIMM but often UDIMM refers to ECC memories.

I estimate your board will work with ECC even if the ECC does not really function (CPU dependent) but what is certain is that you want all the memories to be the same,

Especially in your board where there is a square channel in terms of communication with the memories.

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Thanks for the reply and whether there is a big difference between 2400 and 1600 quickly with I guy replace them all

Is it just to add another 2 of 1600 as there is some difference and abundance or is it a difference that is not worth the price for editing purposes etc ...?

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Hey

 

I looked at the board's REV 1.1.

You can download from here the list of memories that the board is tested with - 

https://www.gigabyte.com/Motherboard/GA-X79-UD3-rev-11/support#support-doc

 

Of course there is more That will work, but what's on the list - it sure will work.

 

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Is there a big difference between 2400 and 1600 quickly with I guy replace them all

Yes, probably in editing. Rather, the difference is not negligible.

It also depends on the other ingredients.

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Thanks for the response . 

I thought in the direction of those memories. Are they good and compatible according to the requirements? Aside from the voltage I do not know with are 1.5V I am currently checking this with the manufacturer

There's a certain thing I do not understand about C-11. ? Is this something necessary for the above motherboard?

 

32GB DDR3 2400MHz 4x8GB PC3-19200 Overclocking DIMM Memory RAM For HyperX SAVAGE | eBay

They do not have C11 written on them

 

Sorry for the ignorance I just have no professional knowledge in the heat of the hardware.

I checked based on data I saw in the amount of pins and voltage Volt. Which is 1.5 

The rest of the things I have no idea about.

 

These for example are -C11

32GB G.Skill Ripjaws DDR3 2400MHz 4x 8GB F3-2400C11Q-32GXM DIMM OC Gaming Memory | eBay

 

And in general what other components can I upgrade on the computer so that it was faster to edit besides the memories

I am not currently looking to buy new ones to take care of an existing one that will work more quickly and conveniently 

 

 

 

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Look

 

According to what appears in the list of supported memories, go for the memories like the ones you linked to

There will be some risk, because it is true that the board supports up to 32 GB, but it is not written at what speed, and modules of 8 GB

Appear in tables only at 1600 MHz.

 

So what is certain, you should look for Of 1600 MHz otherwise not at all sure they will work.

Either way, or not.

What else can be improved?

Do not know ...

Do not really see anything in the table you attached.

You might write what the CPU is, and the drives (models).

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The board supports up to speed 2400. From what I have seen 

That's the spec 

  1. Support for 2400/2133/1866/1600/1333/1066 MHz memory modules
  2. Support for non-ECC memory modules
  3. With 8GB modules appear in tablets only of 1600 
  4. Why they register 2400.
  5. Chances are it passed Overclocking
  6. Because that's what is written.
  7. There is such a thing as doing Overclocking to memory itself. ? 
  8. There are a few more companies I see of course a little more maybe this a little different ? 
  9. Or have they also undergone overclocking so are sold most expensive does it have value? 

Regarding the I7 4930K processor 

6 Cores 

SAMSUNG drive 860 EVO 250GB

And another drive from a company I do not know for saving materials 7200 rpm speed

 

 

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I see 8GB only at 1333MB.

 

 

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Why they register 2400.

Because it also supports 2400, but do not specify how many .

That's how it was at least.

 

Look

I suggest you do some rethinking.

Because it's true that back then it was a wow system, but today, any snub-nosed computer will leave dust on your computer.

 

Regarding Improving Beyond Memory - 

Another drive To be used for work on the material and as a scratch disc can be somewhat useful.

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Sorry, I'm having a hard time understanding anything.

Have until now you had an x79 based computer with i7-4930k but only with two cards memory ?!

 

- YOAVKE.

 

to 10 

Click here to Sees 8 GB only at 1333 MB.

 

Thanks for the answer I did not understand 1333 in the memory itself that I posted that it is for sale?

Or in the amount of frequency that all 4 work together.

Where do you see I would love to see data thanks.

 

 

 

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Quote of A-10

 

 

Look

I suggest you do some rethinking.

Because it's true that back then it was a wow system, but today, any snub-nosed computer will leave dust on your computer.

 

 

 

Yes I know - but there is a major problem that my sound card is in the PCI connection of the old computers

And it's a very expensive sound card used for works And now buying another card and also a new computer is a budget story. 

With it is possible to assemble a new computer based processor AMD Ryzen 3 3200G 3.6Ghz 8 AM4

And there was a possibility that there was a motherboard or combo that had an PCI connection of an old computer by some way 

So it was more relevant about the future.

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Yes I know - but there is a major problem that my sound card is in the PCI connection of the old computers

And it's a very expensive sound card used for works Sound And now buying another card and also a new computer is a budget story. 

With it is possible to assemble a new computer based processor AMD Ryzen 3 3200G 3.6Ghz Radeon Vega 8 AM4

And there was a possibility that there was a motherboard or combo that had an PCI connection of an old computer by some way 

So it was more relevant about the future.

 

There are new boards with PCI slot (for example).

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In order for us to know more, perhaps the experience is like this - 

I have 2 memories currently at 1600 email speed in 2 slots.

I have now opened the CPUZ 

And it shows me only 800 MHz speed in memory

And for some reason in the BIOS in BCLK it shows a speed of 1600

But the computer has not been optimized etc. Can I change the speed To 1600? 

ב . And so maybe check with it supports or not with yes how do you do it? . Thanks

 

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