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Solved: Intel Celeron(R) M Processor running at 1.40ghz

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Martyr844, Dec 25, 2012.

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  1. Martyr844

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    I have been trying to figure out the max ram this processor can handle but I haven't been able to figure it you via the internet...can someone help?
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    The maximum RAM a system can use is determined by several factors, but the CPU is rarely the limiting factor and not how to determine the maximum amount of RAM for a system. Since this is a laptop you need to see how much the laptop supports based on motherboard(so chipset and number of slots), and by the operating system, 32 bit(4GB but only about 3GB usable) or 64 bit and the version, and also by the version ie. Windows 7 Starter has a 2GB limit, Home Basic has a 8GB limit for 64-bit or 4GB for 32-bit), or Home, or Professional. The processor does have a maximum amount of memory it can address but its well beyond what the other limitations are. Post or look up the exact model number of the laptop or use a memory configurator like the one at the www.crucial.com site to see how much RAM the hardware will take and then check the
     
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    Thanks a ton triple6 I thought that the proc would be the biggest concern there. That site was very helpful. Thanks again!
     
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