Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by callumacrae, Jan 7, 2008.
I have 8 gigs of ddr3 ram running at 1066mhz now 1066 is a little slow but with 8 gigs i can have a lot of programs open at one time so it really doesn't matter that the ram runs a little slow.
I have 2gb,i need more!!
4 gb on 64bit windows 7
4GB, 2GB, 2GB, and last computer 1GB
Ah time to upgrade, what a thought.
Anyone have money?
I have only 2 gb ram on my laptop whit 386 video memory, not enough for new games to work
386MB is still plenty fine for many games at high settings. You just want to take it easy on the high resolution textures and especially the anti-aliasing. Now if your laptop has integrated graphics and not a dedicated GeForce/Radeon, that's another story.
I have 3 gb (used to have 2) on my main Windows 7 computer.
My laptop has 2 GB and my other laptop has 512 MB. My 512 MB works pretty poorly probably because Windows Vista requires more RAM to function properly, even if its Home Basic.
Oooh I've had an upgrade
I got 16 GB DDR3 in mine - ...with a 3.4 gHz quad core AMD phenom...
I have 2GB RAM and think to expand my RAM .
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I have 4GB DDR2, But thinking to upgrade to new board which support DDR3 and I might go for 6GB DDR3
I have 2GB, 800MHz of ram.
2GB 800, want to upgrade but money is tight! am sure you all know the drill
I have a 512mb installed on my PC, and 2gig on my Laptop. Both are operated on windows vista system.
2gb ddr2 in desktop and 3gb ddr3 in lappy. :wink:
I have 4GB DDR3 1067MHz RAM
8GB DDR3 here ^^ I had 2GB until recently, 2GB really started to feel cramped (I game a lot and use heavy programs for 3D modeling, photoshop lots of big pictures, video editing, etc) so I decided to jump to win 7 64 bit with 8GB ram.
I have 4GB DDR2 RAM. I think to increase my ram to 8GB.
4GB DDR3. More than enough for now, but I do not do gaming or any other memory intensive programs at this time.
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