For this type of online video issues is usually recommended to get the latest Adobe* Flash Player, and if possible, uninstall the older version first. You may also want to lower the video’s resolution with the gear icon just for testing purposes in order to determine if it is a streaming issue.
I also have a question on whether this is Windows* 7 32-bit or 64-bit. This board only supports 32-bit operating systems.
I have included below different graphics driver versions which may help:
Regarding the memory issue we have to first consider the compatibility with each individual memory model you may want to use. Secondly, if different memory stick models are used together they may not share the same SPD data and may lead to compatibility issues, so probably you may want to make sure they can use the same SPD values.
Thank you for your time, I really appreciate it.
As far as Flash is concerned I have the latest installed and the same is true for the video driver. The Windows version I'm running is 7 home basic 32 bit. Regarding youtube and flash settings, I've played a lot with them, even 480p stutters sometimes, I've also tried to disable hardware acceleration in flash settings, and it made the playback even worse.
But then I thought I try to open some URLs with VLC's "open network stream", entered a youtube url and it worked almost flawlessly, and that was 720p. I understand 1080p can't be played back this way with youtube links for some reason.
By this I understand it's not really a hardware issue but rather a software decoding thing, I'm not sure how VLC decodes flash compared to an internet browser, I know very few stuff about IT, but seems to be a different way since the payback was fluid. Also please excuse my English but I'm European, so I'm doing my best.
Ok I understand the RAM must be compatible with each other, I'll keep that in mind when the time for upgrade will come.