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Windows 7 Thread, Maximum Windows 7 memory allowed? in Technical; Originally Posted by DrPerceptron I've never tried or looked into, never had a need, but I've seen quite a number ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by DrPerceptron View Post
    I've never tried or looked into, never had a need, but I've seen quite a number of people on the internet proclaiming that by replacing certain files in Vista with files from Server 2008 (32bit supports more RAM than Desktop) that you can get Vista to address more than 4GB of RAM.
    http://www.remkoweijnen.nl/blog/2009...-gb-of-memory/

    No need to replace any files. The patch does it all for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mac_shinobi View Post
    So where would you get a hold of 16gb memory modules as I have only seen crucial do up to 4gb per memory module ( 2 * 4gb memory modules ) which is an 8gb kit
    Here you go
    Hynix Demonstrates World's First 16 GB 2-Rank R-DIMM - X-bit labs



    Actually today was probably the most powerful workstation I have worked on yet - 16 Cores but only 12GB RAM

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    Nice, but where can I buy one from? Tbh - I think 8Gb sticks are still an expensive rarity (although definitely commercially available).

    Quote Originally Posted by somabc View Post
    Actually today was probably the most powerful workstation I have worked on yet - 16 Cores but only 12GB RAM
    Not bad. The best I've used was at my last place. 3 ESX servers each with 8 Cores and 16Gb RAM.

    I currently have three servers which are 4-core/8-thread systems with 12Gb RAM. Actually can't currently address more than 4Gb on the servers (2k3 standard). The extra RAM is being fitted now ready for the imminent upgrade to 64bit 2k8r2 and Hyper-V

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    That screenshot is impressive.

    We currently have 5 Servers, Dual-Quad Core's with 32GB of RAM running our ESX farm and I thought that was good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tmcd35 View Post
    These would be artificial limits set by M$. The AMD64 architecture has a 52bit address space which is 450Tb. A full 64bit address space is 16.8 million Tb
    640k ought to be enough for anybody....

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    Quote Originally Posted by CyberNerd View Post
    640k ought to be enough for anybody....
    Pah! A complete shoot-em up game in 63 lines of basic code -

    STAR FIGHT/SLR1983

    why would you need more than 1k?

    (actually I was trying to find an example of the infamous 1-liners of the time but couldn't find ought. You basically write an entire basic program with a single 255 character line of basic code).

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    Kingston do have them I believe on a Custom Order as do Crucial but its very costly and I think its still only in ECC Registered Ram etc etc so its fairly high end magic stuff. I would also expect that Hypertech do it as a ram place

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    Quote Originally Posted by tmcd35 View Post
    Pah! A complete shoot-em up game in 63 lines of basic code -

    STAR FIGHT/SLR*1983

    why would you need more than 1k?

    (actually I was trying to find an example of the infamous 1-liners of the time but couldn't find ought. You basically write an entire basic program with a single 255 character line of basic code).
    Nothing beats the product with a 3d graphics card

    .fr-08: .the .product - a demo in 63.5 kb



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