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Memory Type

Memory selection always depends on the motherboard, meaning the used chipset and what it supports. The most common type of memory is DDR3, but more modern motherboards now support the new DDR4 modules. What is the main difference between memory? The DDR3 has a maximum of 8 GB of RAM and operates at a maximum of 2133Mhz, while DDR4 can handle up to 16GB of RAM and operates at a maximum of 3200Mhz.

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