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How much RAM has your workstation?


Posted by Yaba on Dec 5 2004
up to 64 MB1%1%1% 1%
up to 128 MB3%3%3% 3%
up to 256 MB17%17%17% 17%
up to 512 MB43%43%43% 43%
up to 1 GB26%26%26% 26%
up to 2 GB3%3%3% 3%
up to 4 GB1%1%1% 1%
more than 4 GB1%1%1% 1%
640 K is more than enough.5%5%5% 5%
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 4 GB!!?

 
 by dadeisvenm on: Dec 6 2004
 
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 where are 32M?

 
 by mirya on: Dec 6 2004
 
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XFree4.3 + kwin + kate / FreeBSD 4.9 ran well on 32M


Best regards, Mirya
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 Re: where are 32M?

 
 by Yaba on: Dec 6 2004
 
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Uhm... 32 M is less than 64 MB, right?

So just pick 'up to 64 MB'


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 Re: Re: where are 32

 
 by bsander on: Dec 8 2004
 
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Well, by that logic, You can also pick "up to 4GB" ;).


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 768

 
 by daperi on: Dec 6 2004
 
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256 came with this laptop - 512 was cheap enough to upgrade imediately ==> 768MB ... it is a minimum for normal work ... i wish i would have more, but it is still too expensive for laptops


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 by lokheed on: Dec 8 2004
 
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512 MB. I have other bottlenecks before my ram runs out. I think 512MB is enough, especially for Linux. If you are on Windows well thats a different story but we wont get into that.

I would like to get 1GB when I upgrade my system but dont think I actually need it.


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 hehe i'll reach it

 
 by snagnever on: Dec 8 2004
 
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hehe, i'm still in the 256mb/ram, but someday i'll reach more than 4gb :D


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 that's abuse...

 
 by mirya on: Dec 8 2004
 
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Bill Gates mentioned long ago in the DOS Ages that 640kb would be enough for everyone...

Leaving him making Longhorn run tied in this limit, but IMHO no workstation (e.g. almost single-user) need more than 256M to run, having twice more mem would give half of percent performance benefit


Best regards, Mirya
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