Discussion in 'Polls' started by HardwareHeaven, Dec 31, 2008.
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I am sorry for this, you see mike here goes wild whenever he sees a conservative girl. :rofl:
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1.5gigs of good ol ddr, and yes, im still on xp32 with no plans of changing anytime soon.
4GB of OCZ PC6400, running vista 64 with no page file.
DDR3 with a Pentium D?
Wouldn't the money be better spent on a C2D?
2gb ram, 2x1gb ddr266
LOL, BlueMak... :rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl:
This made my day!!
On topic: 4GB of ram in my machine.
4x1Gb in my mac pro, enough for now, though I may upgrade to 8 in the future (and i'm still only running vista 32 on the windows side)
and just the default 2gb that came with the macbook air - it'll be enough for my needs on the go
wow, 26 peeps with 12+
:wtf: thats insane, thats like.... 3x mine...
4GB in mine with Vista 64 Ultimate. Would like 4 more just for the hell of it
2gb across the board in the main, HTPC and lappy.
That's only for now until I can decide what part is getting bought first. It's either 4GB of 1066 or a new vid card depending on what's wrong with the one I have
4GB of Kingston HyperX DDR2 in my soon to be rebuilt Vaio multimedia PC running/testing Windows 7 32-bit.
2GB Mushkin PC3200 in my main pc, a aging home brew AGP gaming box with WinXP. Eventually the gaming box will be retired and everything moved to the Vaio.
Well, just ordered 8GB (2 sets of 2x2GB) of G-Skill PC2-8500, reasonable price at Novatech, if anyone is interested in an upgrade.
G.Skill PK 4GB (2x2GB) DDR2 PC2-8500C5 1066MHz Dual Channel Kit : novatech.co.uk : GSK-8500
what i find funny is that any pci card you stick in any machine will allow up to about half of the total memory to be used by the video card for memory..... which seems insane when you fire up dx and find 8gb allocated and available for video memory.... which seems incredibly absurd.
4Gb in main machine (Vista x64), 4Gb in HTPC (Mythbuntu x64), 2Gb (Maximum) in Lappy (Windows 7 x32 Beta)
Ran XP x64 on 1.5Gb of RAM for a while and loved it. it was alot better than standard XP pro for general respnsiveness and boot times, but maybe that was because i looked after it more ill never know.
I have 4GB of RAM right now with Vista x64, will never use a 32bit Operating system for my main computer again, obvioaly will have to with legacy machines but they are really not the point . i would love to have 8GB or even 16Gb of RAM though, just for the hell of it!
Presently running 6 gigs of G-Skill 6400 (800). Will be running 8 gigs sometime next week of G-Skill 6400 (800). Decided memory was really cheap right now that I might as well add the extra memory. Present O/S is Vista Home Premium X64 and Windows 7 X64 in dual boot configuration. Seperate hard drives.
i got 2GB on vista 32bit, going to have 2 GB more
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