Specs: Intel Core 2 Duo e6750 2.66 ghz
2 GB DDR2 667 mhz
Max Res: 1440x900
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I already told you. Increase your RAM. No one said anything about moving to 64-bit.
Edited by Oberon75, 20 September 2010 - 12:32 AM.
No, 32-bit only supports up 4Gb, but because of hardware addressing issues, the operating system can only address somewhere between 3 and 4, often as high as 3.6Gb. The rest is not wasted, just not available for applications. If your motherboard supported triple-channel memory, 3 would be fine because you could use 3 x 1Gb RAM. But since your motherboard supports dual-channel, you must use sticks in pairs to take advantage of the dual-channel architecture, so that means 4 sticks. You could always buy 2 x 512Mb to add 1Gb if you think the rest would be wasted but with the price of RAM being so reasonable, I would get 2 more.
yeah i know but 32-bit only supports up to 3 GB, 1 GB will be wasted
And for the record, CPUs don't bottleneck GPUs. It takes very little CPU horsepower to hand off tasks to the graphics solution.
Edited by LordOblivion, 21 September 2010 - 11:58 PM.
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