viperfreak

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Not sure if this thread should be here or under CPU's/graphics card.

Does the CL on a memory stick mean anything to the performance of an onboard HD 4600? The CPU is a i5 4590 and the motherboard is a MSI H81M-E33.

I have currently one stick of Corsair 4GB 1x4GB DDR3 1600MHz CL11 Value and was thinking about buying one more. Or maybe two others with better specs if that will give the PC better performance.
 
Yes. Memory with lower CAS latency does improve performance when using integrated graphics.

Suggest getting 2 x 4 GB dual channel kit to replace the existing memory, as it is difficult to match existing memory with new memory.

Suggested kit -

G.Skill F3-12800CL7D-8GBXM <- CAS latency 7 @ 1.50 V @ 1600 MHz
 
Yes. Memory with lower CAS latency does improve performance when using integrated graphics.

Suggest getting 2 x 4 GB dual channel kit to replace the existing memory, as it is difficult to match existing memory with new memory.

Suggested kit -

G.Skill F3-12800CL7D-8GBXM <- CAS latency 7 @ 1.50 V @ 1600 MHz
 

viperfreak

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Hi

Sorry for the late reply. I found a memory block that was the exact same as the one I´m already using and that did an awfull lot.

Thanks for the answer though.
 

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