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- Skybuck Flying
January 4, 2006, 1:11 pm
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1 GB for Windows Vista
1 GB for Games.
1 GB for Development environments to debug games.
Maybe another 1 GB for Development environments to debug servers.
Which all more or less needs to happen at the same time.
For me it's easy to see what I am going to do with 4 GB's ;)
And this is just one application ;)
Start with one and add disks as necessary.
The point is to make sure you have a case which can actually mount
So the point is don't get screwed with a bad case with lot's of air in it
and nothing else lol.
Dude you make it sound like you a retard or something.
Simply buy two packs. So you'll have 4 modules.
The motherboard manual says it supports 4 modules.
So I have no idea where you getting this (bullshit?) from... ? ;)
What's registered ram ?
If you mean supported ram then go read the manual and you ll see the ram is
What's EDA stuff ? ;)
Lol, let that be decided by the end user.
There are good reasons to have multiple drives.
See my notes.
Good for them. I however want to do more than just graphics ;)
No, thanks for the advice, but it's bad.
I don't wanna drop my pc on the floor =D or have it stolen in the train
Besides I am not mobile at all ;)
People who are very mobile don't want to drop their 1K or 2K computer on the
floor as well or have it stolen in the train.
I think that even most mobile people will want to work in peace at their
Ofcourse there are bussiness people and office people who can simply borrow
their laptop from their boss/company etc.
Even that's bad... virus, worms, trojans all enter the companies network.
Data loss also becomes a greater risk.
Laptops are cool, nice, fancy etc.. but in practice... euh-euh :)
Nope, bad advice.
If I buy what I need now I can throw away my computer the next month or the
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