How to Get more Ram (xp & vista & 7) Tutorial ☆





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Published on Oct 26, 2008

In this video tutorial I will show you how to add more RAM to your computer. We will use some space of our Hard Disk as RAM. Is your computer too slow because of low Ram? Well this could help make it run faster. It works on windows XP, vista and 7.
I only have 1 gb of ram and I will add some more. I will add more ram on my computer WITHOUT buying Ram chips!

About the Speed:
A normal DDR2 800Mhz memory is 1.6Gbps (1600mb per second)
And an 676 is about 1.3Gbps
This Virtual Memory's Mhz deppends on your Hard Disk.
So, If you have an usual HDD it should be about 150 - 200 Mbps (about 240Mhz)
But If you have an SSD (solid state) or an fast HDD, it should be about 250 - 350 Mbps (about 400Mhz)
So, it's slower than the physical memory but it's still very useful.
This virtual memory will "start loading" only when your real RAM is full and your pc is going too slow down or about to crash.
That's why it makes your PC faster.

Remember that you can Not see your new Ram in "System Properties". Only in "Virtual Memory Properties".
In System Properties you can see the physical memory, the Ram sticks in your computer.
In Virtual Memory Properties you can the the virtual memory you have added.
The amount of physical + virtual memory = all the memory (Ram) you have.

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