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    Quote Originally Posted by Saturn7 View Post
    If you want a super stable system just make sure you get 4 sticks of ram not 8.
    I don't have a ton of experience but from my own builds and from reading here and elsewhere, there seems in general to be a stability tradeoff between amount of RAM and speed of RAM. Populating all 8 RAM slots with QVL-specified RAM kits and sticking to JEDEC non-OC RAM speeds, a system should be stable. It may be stable with some RAM overclocks too but no guarantees. Don't combine RAM kits to fill all 8 slots, buy an 8-stick kit that has been tested for the purpose.

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