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  1. Oh, nice question. I think it should: it's 1333Mhz and 10.6 GB/sec (a liitle less than PSD38G16002S), so IMHO it's more compatible. But, what CPU you use? I saw somewhere the statement that quad CPUs can manage 8+ GBs, but dual cores can not. From my side: i can check if Intel i5-460M can work with 16GB - this is simple downgrade, i have my original CPU. Also i see PSA316G1333SK mem available as used at some RU adv boards, so i can try to test it. Give me this weekend to figure out how it works.
  2. @raisig, thanx for answer and sorry for long delay with reply. Yep, my GX740 has 16Gb onboard and they all work well. I have bought mem from macbook pro, it fits and works perfect. I can not attach photos here (some dubious server error). Well, memory is PATRIOT PSD38G16002S PS000992 (2x8Gb). So, I just checked the mem in my GX740 before i bought it. All 16GBs are shown in BIOS and for me it's great upgrade.
  3. Hi, guys! I'm on tuned GX740 (16Gb RAM and i7-840QM) with latest official BIOS. I see that under high load my CPU does not perform turbo boost. This is while watching 8k video from youtube: [[email protected] ~]$ hwinfo --cpu --short cpu: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7 CPU Q 840 @ 1.87GHz, 1985 MHz Intel(R) Core(TM) i7 CPU Q 840 @ 1.87GHz, 1985 MHz Intel(R) Core(TM) i7 CPU Q 840 @ 1.87GHz, 1985 MHz Intel(R) Core(TM) i7 CPU Q 840 @ 1.87GHz, 1990 MHz Intel(R) Core(TM) i7 CPU Q 840 @ 1.87GHz, 1985 MHz Intel(R) Core(TM) i7 CPU Q 840 @ 1.87GHz, 1985 MHz Intel(R) Core(TM) i7 CPU Q 840 @ 1.87GHz, 1985 MHz Intel(R) Core(TM) i7 CPU Q 840 @ 1.87GHz, 1989 MHz it is limited by 2GHz, but as i see on intel ref page in TM it should preform 3.5GHz as well. At my BIOS settings I have turbo mode and high performance on. Well, my question is: does unlocked BIOS will solve my problem. Or this performance is related to CPU power restrictions, chipset limits or whatever. thanks in advance!
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