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Tuesday, November 18, 2008
Upgrading to 4GB, Does It Worth it?


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There has been a long debate about whether increasing the 2GB to 4GB actually improves the gaming experience that users will see from today's latest gaming titles.

In our latest article we try to give an answer to this question. We examine what users can expect from an upgrade from a 2GB to 4GB (DDR2), especially under Vista x64 operating system, which is actually designed to utilize all the available memory resources of your system.

The article is available here.


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