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Thread: WinXP 32bit + XFast RAM = ...GB




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    Default WinXP 32bit + XFast RAM = ...GB

    Hi,

    I have:
    - motherboard ASROCK 970DE3/U3S3: ASRock > 970DE3/U3S3
    - AMD Phenom II X4
    - WinXP Prof (32bit) SP3
    - RAM 4GB (2x2 Dual Chanel)

    I want to use XFast RAM. If i will buy next 4GB (2x2 Dual Chanel) is it possible to have 4GB for windows and 4GB for RAM disk using XFast RAM?

    Regards
    Jack

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    Default Re: WinXP 32bit + XFast RAM = ...GB

    In theory yes. So long as it matches what you have now. Caveats apply, read below.

    The ram you next purchase must be an exact match SPD programming wise to your existing ram. If it isn't I will almost guarantee problems.

    If you think matching will be hard, for whatever reason, IMHO you'd be best served by buying an 8Gb(2x4Gb) kit and shelving the current 2x2Gb you have.
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