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Old 03-12-2010, 09:51 AM   #11
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Default Re: Need Some RAM help

Originally Posted by Cabbs View Post
Turn off Superfetch in services. I run BC2 just fine with 4GB of RAM. Are you doing this all at the same time?
Yes, all at the same time. Everything works just fine if I go into task manager and shut down Media center from recording, or if I'm not downloading anything. It's just not able to keep up the way I want it to with all three and once.

what is Superfetch?

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Good luck with that. I did a search and couldn't find any suppliers selling a single stick of the 2GB DDR3 OCZ Gold for less than $80.
hmm..... I'm don't know if the problem is worth $80 to me. Maybe I'll wait until the next build and steal one from that, or go in on 6 gig and split it with a friend.

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Old 03-12-2010, 03:54 PM   #12
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Default Re: Need Some RAM help

Superfetch is a service that buffers programs Windows thinks you're going to use. It's not a bad, but I noticed with games that use lots of memory (particularly BF2 and BC2) I get stuttering from hard drive accessing.

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