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  • 2GB ram? get with the times n00b

    Sweetness.. now i can fit 16GB of ram on my MB

    http://www.atacom.com/program/print_...ED&USER_ID=www


    /drool
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    Re: 2GB ram? get with the times n00b

    "Shipping extra"

    LOL.
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    • #3
      Re: 2GB ram? get with the times n00b

      note the 4 WEEKS wait time too
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      • #4
        Re: 2GB ram? get with the times n00b

        Heh, good luck getting Windows XP to acknowledge any of that.

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          Re: 2GB ram? get with the times n00b

          Originally posted by TychoCelchuuu
          Heh, good luck getting Windows XP to acknowledge any of that.
          ya, if i remember right, my MB will only acknowledge 4gig unless i switch something in the BIOS
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          • #6
            Re: 2GB ram? get with the times n00b

            Only the 64 bit versions of windows will support RAM greater than 4 gigs IIRC, but you can always find a driver so you can turn that 12 gigs of RAM into a RAMDrive and have faster than hell load times for BF2 and other games, but be careful because if you turn off the computer you loose the install files.

            And I believe that most non-server motherboards can't support RAM densities of greater than 1 gig per stick, some maybe up to 2 but total RAM is 4 gigs for 32 bit boards.
            -BB|KillerTarget

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            • #7
              Re: 2GB ram? get with the times n00b

              I remember when 128 megabytes was like: What the hell is wrong with you? What department of NASA are you single-handedly running from your desktop? Now it's 16 gigs. Sheesh.


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