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Old 09-25-2006, 06:24 AM   #1 (permalink)
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will the next scale of minimum requirement be 1gb of ram, or 768mb of ram. I need to know this beacuse 3 gb of ram is a wierd number for a motherboard and dont wanna stop halfway to 4gb. Is it necessary to have 4gb of within the next year or so?

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no it should not be, but it is somewhat hard to be sure. stick to 2GB at the most for the time being

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stick to 2gb so you can still use dual channel and get faster speeds.
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