12-10-2005 06:34 AM
Correct me if I'm wrong but XP can only allocate 2 g of memory to any app so more than that may not help you much depending on the software you are trying to run. I found this out after putting 4 g in mine.
12-10-2005 01:12 PM
In Mac OS X, each process has its own sparse 32-bit or 64-bit virtual address space. For 32-bit processes, each process has an address space that can grow dynamically up to a limit of four gigabytes. For 64-bit processes, the address space can grow dynamically up to a limit of approximately 18 exabytes.
12-11-2005 06:27 AM
Originally posted by Qengho
From the Memory Manager Guide:
An exabyte is 2 to the 60th, or 1,152,921,504,606,846,976 bytes.
12-11-2005 11:26 AM
12-14-2005 02:21 PM
12-15-2005 06:23 AM
Originally posted by lipids
I currenlt have 3GB installed and do not often max it out, but it has happened once or twice.
12-15-2005 12:47 PM
Originally posted by Rimmer
Thanks for all the information then.
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