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Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Memory matters

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Q. I recently upgraded my 64MB memory with another strip of 64MB memory. Why did my computer slow down after I installed more RAM?
A. In most cases adding additional memory should improve your computer system performance.

However, there are possible cases when additional memory actually slows down the system.

One of the most common reason for the problem is that the PC System doesn't have enough cache memory to handle the addressing for the additional memory.

If your are experiencing this problem, the only solution is to upgrade your Processor (CPU) or the motherboard, as the cache memory cannot be upgraded.
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