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  • evilspoons - Wednesday, January 11, 2012 - link

    It's nice to see a real-world application of having gobs of RAM. I wonder how many programs out there can effectively use that much RAM or if they're going to fall on their face due to ineffective algorithms untested with anything more than what was available in standard PCs when the programs were written. Reply
  • JoeTF - Saturday, January 14, 2012 - link

    I always wondered if such large RAM sizes on workstation PCs required FB/registered memory, as is the case with servers. I figure that Patriot must have done extensive testing before preparing their solution, so knowing which type of memory they use would be useful vote of confidence vanilla DDR, or confirmation for registered RAM used on servers.

    So, do you know which type of memory they decided on?
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