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2-25-2009 @ 12:39PM
I have been having this issue all day yesterdayRig:Q6600 2.4 QUAD CPU2 x 8800GT in Sli4GB RAMVista 32
2-25-2009 @ 12:51PM
32-bit operating system, running two video cards, and 4 gigs of ram installed? I'll betcha one of those RAM chips is just chilling out
2-25-2009 @ 1:06PM
@gnosh, I was about to write the same thing. Get up to 64 if you're throwing a quad core at whatever it is you're doing. Two 8800's in sli whew. Gotta be doing some multi-track editing or video production with that much dough invested in a rig. If not. Learn! So much potential at your fingertipsmastercontrolcast.wordpress.com
2-25-2009 @ 1:18PM
I would say the same thing but the problem with 64 bit is compatibility, a lot of older games and even some new ones (Including regular software) can have visual or general problems with 64 bit. So it's a tradeoff, which sucks.
2-26-2009 @ 2:25AM
I'm using Vista 64bit without any issues here. All my software seems to work fine, even the ones that are not Vista compatible (well, some I had to put under XP compatibility, but the work fine).I advice to try or look online if you use any custom software, but 64bit is a pretty safe bet now. XP 64bit is another story though.
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