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Old 01-24-2008, 10:16 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Default Re: 2 gb in dual channel or 3gb's

yeah, but vista isnt what i'd call a stable OS, i was running vista home on my acer aspire 4710Z and it was always giving me errors and then it would go to a black screen and slowly fade back, it would randomly reset, and random parts became corrupt for no reason, considering it was all default, nothing new installed, had never been on the net, it was all vista being vista, so im not too fond of it at this point in time, crysis still runs perfectly on a pc with xp, my pc doesnt even reach the requirements for it and it runs smooth as, but if it had vista on it it would lag and crash, so ima wait till vista is patched with its own version of SP2 before o bother getting it and not replacing it with xp.
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