morning, if you have a motherboard with 4 ram slots everything tells you each slot will take 1 gb, is this due to voltages or the fact that 1gb sticks were the norm when the board was made? the reason i ask is i wondered what this bad boy was for click here just curious!
i wondered because i was reading (sorry cant find the thread) about a group of people who re- mapped 8 gb on a vista gaming pc with impressive results. i bought my first pc last july it came with 512 mg i upgraded it to 2 gb and everyone i knew called that overkill, now it seems 2 gb is nothing special, with vista and gaming! how quickly things move! wont be long before budget pc's have 4 gb as standard i suppose.
im 39 and my first computer (zx81) had a massive 1k of ram. the computer was very small and low profile. but you could change that by adding something the size of a small saloon car to the back known as a 16k ram pack:) how things change!
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