Re: Should I add more memory?
Very few applications require a lot of memory and adding memory for many
users only reduces boot time. Certainly if you are using video editing or
converting video files or doing database searchs more memory will help.
I use Microsoft Office extensively along with normal Internet browsing anad
a TV tuner and only upgraded from 512MB to 1GB in order to run Aero since I
have memory sharing graphics controller.
"Nut Cracker" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> More memory would help. However, by tuning the bios memory settings in my
> machine, i went from 4.4 to 5.0 on my memory. Mostly by lowing the CAS
> latency setting, and turning off 'compatability mode'.
> If you put more memory in, I would suggest a 2GB dual channel kit of
> high-performance memory. Then, set the bios according to what the memory
> is rated to run at for best results.
> - NuTs
> "Happy Camper" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>> Hello all!
>> I have 1.5g of memory installed at the moment on my Asus K8V SE Deluxe
>> running Vista 32bit edition. My lowest number on my Windows Experience
>> is 3.1 for memory. Would I benefit much more from moving to 2g or even 3g
>> of memory? Thanks in advance.