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Short answer is "most likely yes". Long answer is: You should be able to feel quite a big difference from the way it was before having upgraded the SSD and memory. But seeing as you are having problems with some quite demanding programs specifically (Photoshop and Eclipse) I would guess the CPU could be a bottleneck here. However, loading programs is ...


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Please understand that even if the Server RAM does fit, boot, and runs your desktop you might not be getting what you bargained for. I don't know if the RAM will work on your Desktop (nor do I care to find out) I do know that it wouldn't be what you expected. I will give you a link to a YouTube video that answers your question (with ram, cpus, hard drives, ...


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We need to know your motherboard make and model to be sure. I've seen mixed results in my time. Some non-ECC capable motherboards will handle ECC RAM fine and others not. If you're buying new RAM, get non-ECC RAM: KVR800D2N6/2G You'll still find them. They're rated max 800MHz, but your PC will run them at 400/533/667 depending on what it's capable of. ...


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Check the manuel for the motherboard ,before upgrading the ram, or building a system. Dual channel operation, tripple channel memory operation, and even quad channel operation may be supported. If you only have one ram module, in only one slot, you will NOT get dual channel operation when supported. For tripple channel you must install 3 modules. Quad I do ...


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There's a few things I can think of, but its multiple factors rather than one, and some of these are easily tested. Firstly Its probably a good idea to replace your observations with hard data - you may want to add something that tests drive speeds like HDtune or crystal disk info. As for factors affecting disk speeds Fragmentation: A less full disk has ...



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