What are your computer specifications and if you're running Vista, what's your rating?
Windows Vista Ultimate
15.4" WSXGA+ @ 1680x1050
2.2GHz Core 2 Duo (T7500)
3GB DDR2 RAM @ 667MHz
120GB 7200RPM HDD
Geforce 8600M GT (256MB)
802.11n wireless/Gigabit LAN
DVD Burner with Lightscribe
4-in-1 media card reader.
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I'm not running vista but here we go
AMD Opteron 165 1.8GHz Dual Core Processor Overclocked @ 2.5 ghz
Mobo Foxconn 6150BK8MC-KRSHN2
Ram 1 Gig DDR 400 - another gig will be here on Wednesday
400 Gig Hdd
300 Gig Hdd
Windows Xp Pro
Hacked NEC DVD Burner
NIC of course
Onboard Video NVIDIA GeForce 6150
I'm not running vista either...
AMD Athlon 3200+ overclocked from 2ghz-2.8ghz
ECS KN1 SLI Lite socket 939
1g patriot ddr 3200
PNY 7800gtx 256mb
Case Xclio A380 w/ 2x 250mm and 1 120mm fan
I'm probably going to get a new cpu/mobo/ram/gfx card when Crysis comes out though.
Again? We've had these system spec threads before. Mine hasn't changed so I'm not crazy about typing all that up again. The last time I ran Vista on my primary desktop it ranked at least 5.0.
^ Why is my RAM so poor @ 4.8? I have 3GB. (
[quoted6b5582faf="TFOAF"]^ Why is my RAM so poor @ 4.8? I have 3GB. ([/quoted6b5582faf]
The amount doesn't really justify it... what are your ram timings?
hrmm you probably can't edit yours..
TFOAF your mom was right; you can't handle vista.
I don't think I've participated in one of these.
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AMD Athlon 64 X2 4400+ 2.2GHz
Abit KN8 SLi
1GB Patriot DDR400
300GB SATA II Seagate 7200.10
160GB IDE Seagate
XFX 7900GT PCIe x16 256MB
[quote32732c9b17="TFOAF"]^ Why is my RAM so poor @ 4.8? I have 3GB. ([/quote32732c9b17]
Adding lots of extra RAM will very often slow down memory performance, that's why RAM beyond 2GB is not recommended for non-server systems (which is what we tried to tell you, IIRC).
If you're running three 1GB sticks, or one 2GB and one 1GB stick, then you're likely not running in dual-channel mode which is significantly faster than single channel mode. Dual-channel mode requires an even number of matched sticks, usually two as not all boards support dual-channel on four sticks. Some nVidia chipsets will use three sticks with two in dual-channel and the sole stick in single-channel mode, but I'm not sure if the current Intel chipsets support that or not.
All that said I wouldn't consider 4.8 a poor score, especially for a laptop which typically lags well behind desktops for similarly spec'd components.
E6600 was overclocked from 2.4 to 3.4
2GB DDR2 800
250 GB Western Digital
Lian Li Case
I really wish the Vista Upgrade Advisor for XP would give those ratings.