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  • DDR2 Memory and Vista

    So I just shoved in another couple of gigs into my Lappy RAM, so I am now running 4gig of the latest and greatest PC2-6400 DDR2 800mhz x2 sticks.

    However...I am finding that ArmA2 seems to be running slightly slower????? with more lag?

    Suggestions?

    I just reinstalled my Nvidia drivers (8700GT, 256MB) and I have a Intel Core Duo (crap I know)

    I did Jorges -mem function and that improved things a bit, but it's almost as if the old stock 2Gig was performing better?

    Do I need to do something with my Vista32 (other than bin it!). I am only getting 3.07 gig of my 4gig RAM in actual usage due to Vista32's limitations.

    Any thoughts greatly appreciated!
    BlackDog1




    "What we do in life... echoes in eternity!"

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    Re: DDR2 Memory and Vista

    It can be that your system is creating a bottle neck where you fast memory is not coping with youre slower cpu.Also try to play arround with your bios settings.You might have a few options there.

    The best advice I can give you BD is to upgrade the cpu.:row1_9:
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      Re: DDR2 Memory and Vista

      Yeah I suspect the CPU is the problem. It's a T7100 Core Duo running at 1.8GHz. Bis Recommends a 2.0GHz CPU minimum and so I am thinking a CPU upgrade may be in order?
      BlackDog1




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        Re: DDR2 Memory and Vista

        whats in order is you getting rid of that Laptop!
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          Re: DDR2 Memory and Vista

          LOL I will... however some other matters have priority right now! :D
          BlackDog1




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