When you add more than 1 stick of 16GB memory in a motherboard.The random access memory, when can it occupy beyond 16GB of physical memory?
Generally speaking less dimms at the same capacity and same clock speed/latency is better system stability, but in this case not so sure due to CPU related clock speed limitation on these new 16GB dimm kits the opposite is likely true.I plan on doing 32gb on my new build. which would be better
1. 32gb kit (4x8)
2. 2x 16gb kits (4x4)x2
ECC and non-ECC RAM are two different classes of products for two different kinds of uses. Servers and workstations focus on a different type of performance. The only reasonable comparison you can make is against other RAM in the desktop space. Or do you think that consumer GPUs should be benchmarked against Quardos that costs ten times as much and are designed for a completely different workload?I paid a lot more for 128GB ECC REG in a system I built two years ago, and that's what you should be comparing this to, not to two 64GB systems.
If you mean "when can Windows see more than 16 GB of memory", then the answer is: "when you run a Windows beyond Windows Vista/7 Home Premium".The random access memory, when can it occupy beyond 16GB of physical memory?