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Old 03-09-2011, 09:59 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I basically have been told it matters what operating system i have got if i want to upgrade Ram, I want to know if it is true?
I am running Windows XP 32 bit and i have 4GB DDR3 1333 Corsair Ram, I would like to put in another 4G.
The purpose of me upgrading more Ram is that I do a lot of 3D CAD and I would like to be able to Render better quality Images in quicker time.

So basically can I run 8GB RAM on XP 32 Bit?

I just built my pc, I've got:
RAM: Corsair XMS 4Gb DDR3 1333 (2x2Gb)
Intel i3 540 3.06 GHz
Asus 1024Mb ATi Radeon 5450
Asus P7H55D-M Pro LGA1156

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Memory Limits for Windows Releases (Windows)

this page lists max physical ram supported by xp 32 bit is 4gb. you'd have to change your OS to use more physical ram
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