Published on 17th March 2008 by
he standard Ballistix Tracer 4GB in black competes with a few of the funkier OCZ modules shown above
Originally Posted by Bindibadgiwe've planned to do a specific "Is more memory better" review in a few weeks :)
Originally Posted by CupboardSounds good ;) Could you do a comparison using 4GB on a 32bit OS as well? That would be really great
Originally Posted by BindibadgiQuote:Originally Posted by CupboardSounds good ;) Could you do a comparison using 4GB on a 32bit OS as well? That would be really great
Nope, 64-bit only. The price difference between 32-bit and 64-bit OEM is nothing these days.
Originally Posted by Tidy_Boy"4GB on a 32bit"
That would be ok if 32bit OS could use all of it
Originally Posted by BindibadgiNope, 64-bit only. The price difference between 32-bit and 64-bit OEM is nothing these days.
Originally Posted by SNIPERMikeUKWell overclockers.co.uk are stocking the crucial ram reviewed here, on this week only for just Â£84.59 (inc. Vat)
Originally Posted by konstaI have never yet managed to use the full 4gb, or even get within 200/300mb of it, regardless of how heavily I am multitasking - I just cannot imagine 8gb giving any further use.
Originally Posted by docodineAlso, given the fact that nearly nothing works perfectly with 64-bit Vista, I'm pretty sure that many will stick with 32-bit for quite a while. Also, those people (myself included) would probably like to know the actual performance gain with the one extra GB of memory.
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