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    Default Re: possible use full 4 Gb ga-h55m-s2hp

    I wanted to understand why I have 4096 with the P55 and H55 with the Lynnfield only 4060 in a gigabyte?

    Although I have a Lynnfield and far less than that ...

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    Default Re: possible use full 4 Gb ga-h55m-s2hp

    I only see 4055 with Lynnfield and H55, similar to what you have though so I guess it's normal.

    What do you mean in a Gigabyte? Do you have another H55 (non Gigabyte) that shows 4096?

    I agree though, your first post you have 3.8GB with Lynnfield, did they explain why that one is?

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    Default Re: possible use full 4 Gb ga-h55m-s2hp

    Is 3.8 Gib not igual 3.8 GB... more precisely have 3921

    Let's think using the actual information passed by the support



    With a Lynnfield (i5 or i7) i would have less 36 MB.

    Intel DH55TC (chipset H55) i5 750



    Much better! But Bios in auto block memory:

    VGA onboard (which does not exist in the i5 750) + chipset "Limitation" + Free
    32 MB + 36 + 4029 = how things are in Kbytes and the conversion is expected to reach 4096

    With Bios for PEG result is:
    chipset Limitation + Free
    36 + 4060 = how things are in Kbytes and the conversion is expected to reach 4096

    Because in my gigabyte with H55 and Lynnfield I lose 175 MB??

    Speculate that:

    135 for thinking that my i5's Clarkdale

    36 doing the right thing to think it is a Lynnfield

    4 MB that disappeared without explanation in the update for the bios to F4

    (In the MSI h55 loose 41 MB in the Lynnfield)

    But looking at this image:

    http://forums.tweaktown.com/gigabyte...tml#post360344

    Shows that it is possible to have access to at least more than 4 Gb (4001 or more).

    Because Windows does not show:

    Memory RAM: 4.0 GB (blablabla usable)

    So it is certainly possible to have 4 Gb not even get 4096 on asus I tested.

    With this any processor i3, i5, i7 with vga offboard and onboard VGA disabled should only reserve 36 MB is really the "limitation" of the platform.

    I wanted to understand why they are still saying it's normal?

    Even if I'm wrong I use an i5 Lynnfield and lose 175 MB instead of 36 or 41 MB.

    I know you is not to blame Lsdmeasap!

    You have helped me be! I thank you for it

    But where are the guys that make the bios to solve this problem?
    Last edited by Hqxriven; 09-02-2010 at 05:03 AM.

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    Default Re: possible use full 4 Gb ga-h55m-s2hp

    With this any processor i3, i5, i7 with vga offboard and onboard VGA disabled should only reserve 36 MB is really the "limitation" of the platform.
    That's what I was thinking too! Especially with a Lynnfield.

    I still have not heard back on my end yet, my contact is often very busy with other things, hopefully he will get back to me this week.

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