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Old 08-09-2010, 11:10 PM   #11
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That's great, you know how to use a computer. Most people don't, and of every computer I've ever run into that was using Vista, 1GB simply won't cut it. It doesn't help that PC makers shipped systems with only 1GB, they usually plopped DDR2 533 in there or something that was just muck-slow. Every PC that i've ever upgraded from 1 GB (usually 3GB for 32bit, 4GB for the 64 bit folks) has always seen a hand over fist improvement. Hearsay and speculation on how fast Vista runs with 512MB isn't the standard norm for most computer users unfortunately, if you want to run Vista or 7 reliably, you need 2GB+. All of the systems I support at work have a minimum of 2GB, and 90% of them are on Vista. The other 10% are on 7.

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Old 08-09-2010, 11:16 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by AmD~pWnD~yOu View Post
I still have the computer.This is the computer, they still sell at tigerdirect.-(http://www.tigerdirect.com/applicati...Sku=E400-W3611)
Like i said ran just fine on 512mb.Cuz i know you aint talking about the "4 sticks better than 2".
thats what i was talking about

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