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realneil
2011-12-16T19:12:34Z

You could set up a voracious, wicked, and evil RAM drive to boost the crap out of your system's performance with 128GB of RAM.

Someone already said this, I think.

tyrred
2011-12-21T18:44:42Z

Just a thought. 8,16,32,64 bit systems for desktops megabit,gigabit ,terrabit systems.Terrabit systems of memmory will likelllybe in the cloud not on any desktop.

I have a asuse p9x79 deluxe mb,32gig ram ,2 ssds,hd6970,800dcase.It is overkill.Win 7 ultimate is about as fast as win 98 was. Win 8 or 9 will likely require who knows what for parts.

iMacme15
2012-05-10T15:52:04Z

lol, a 64bit OS can support 128GB of RAM... Windows 7 Professional, Ultimate and Enterprise 64bit have support for up to 192GB of RAM in-fact :)

iMacme15
2012-05-10T15:52:45Z

192GB actually

gt3beast
2012-07-09T20:20:06Z

I just checked the website, apparently it now has 4 memory slots and can support 64G ram.

LSanoy
2012-08-01T20:03:42Z

good. 16gb x 8 will not be that easy to accomplish [:@]

SToth
2012-08-11T17:46:01Z

Corsair do the 16gig memory, however, they only sell them in blocks of four dedicated and approved matching memory sticks.  That means a max of 64gig of available memory.  When I contacted them, they explicitely said, DO NOT combine two sets of their memory to make up the 128 gig quota because they cannot garantee that they would come from the same production batch and that could cause problems in use.  So, effectively you can get the memory but its a case of buyer beware and it would be down to you if they dont work properly.

SToth
2012-08-11T17:50:43Z

Oh, putting on my strategic business and marketing hat, All manufacturers should clearly display the batch number on their products so that they can be checked when making multiple purchases.  In fact, when selling a box of memory to a retailer, the whole box should come from the same batch to alieviate this problem.  Corsair take note.

3vi1
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2012-08-11T18:32:39Z

>> Feel like getting drunk with DRAM?

With DRAM, without DRAM...  I'm not a snob.

realneil
2012-08-11T21:13:08Z

3vi1 wrote:

I'm not a snob

 

You're so easy,..............

007Xeon
2013-01-02T23:03:49Z

I literally only made an account just to remind people you can only make use of the full 128gb of ram using a XEON Processor, remember the memory controller is inside the processor and the i7's (i.e 3930k) only support Max 64gb so don't be to quick to go out there and dream of those huge RAM Disks lol.

I was thinking of getting a Es-1650 or seeing as i've got the £6k budget even going for the Es-2678W, which will hurt the wallet currently at $2275

http://ark.intel.com/products/63697/Intel-Core-i7-3930K-Processor-12M-Cache-up-to-3_80-GHz.

007Xeon
2013-01-02T23:05:07Z

* Or XEON EQUIV. basically any processor that supports the 128 gigs of ram :)

DontUSASme
2013-07-27T14:57:16Z

Holy RamDisk, Batman!