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Default Re: 2 GB vs 4 GB on XP 32-bit

Originally Posted by hikaricloud View Post
Pretty much. I would still get the 4gb for later when you can get a 64-bit, but it's up to you.

I agree with this, because eventually you'll want to upgrade and when you do you'll have an extra 1.5gb of ram waiting for you as a nice little present ^_^

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