RAM and 64-bit Computing

December 14th, 2008

MemoryKim Komando explains why you probably don’t need more than 3GB of RAM for a standard 32-bit Windows machine. In the old days, video cards had to manage with the 384KB of memory space between 640KB and 1MB. Now some use half of the 4GB space defined in 32-bit systems. She also predicts that we’re going to see 64-bit computers become more popular—especially for gamers with cutting-edge video cards.

Link: http://komando.com/…

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