maximum RAM limit for 64-bit windows 7 professional
2014-08-02, 08:21 PM,
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i have HP DESKTOP CO~i5 and i want to upgrade the specs , whats the maximum ram limit
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2014-08-02, 08:23 PM, (This post was last modified: 2014-08-02, 08:29 PM by DutchPride.)
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Professional: 192GB

But i would just go with 16GB That's more then enough, and you'll never use it.

Source.

Look what i can run right now, And i'm not even using the half of my 16GB memory.

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2014-08-02, 08:30 PM,
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(2014-08-02, 08:23 PM)DutchPride Wrote: Professional: 192GB

But i would just go with 16GB That's more then enough, and you'll never use it.

Source.

Look what i can run right now, And i'm not even using the half of my 16GB memory.

when i work the whole taskbar is filled with program icons and sometimes there is no place for icons in the taskbar anymore lol
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2014-08-02, 08:31 PM,
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Physical Memory Limits: Windows 7

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The following table specifies the limits on physical memory for Windows 7.
Version                          Limit on X86                       Limit on X64
Windows 7 Ultimate            4 GB                             192 GB
Windows 7 Enterprise            4 GB                             192 GB
Windows 7 Professional    4 GB                             192 GB
Windows 7 Home Premium    4 GB                             16 GB
Windows 7 Home Basic    4 GB                             8 GB
Windows 7 Starter            2 GB                             N/A

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2014-08-02, 08:34 PM,
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You dont have what to do with 192 GB of RAM. Only if you are opening a VPS company and you want to use it as a server..otherwise you dont have what to do with them..

I got 8 GB of RAM and they're enough, never felt like I have too less ram.
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2014-08-02, 08:44 PM,
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I have 16GB of RAM and its more than enough. 192GB is complete overkill, especially for internet marketing.
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2014-08-02, 08:55 PM,
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Like i said 16GB is enough, If you want to have some overkill go with 32GB but you'll never use it to the fullest.

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2014-08-03, 08:18 AM,
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Depends on the motherboard I think.. I bought my rig 2 years ago with 8GB, and upgraded it this year to 16GB. You can push it to 24GB I think, with decent budget, but 192 is kinda expensive, having in mind that you only have 4 slots.
If you work with multimedia as I do, even 16 gigs is not enough. After Effects will eat everything you throw at it, and for smooth Photoshop experience (with large files) more RAM is recommended.

16GB is a good number for general usage nowadays.
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2014-08-03, 09:03 AM,
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Well, when you are doing 300dpi prints that are several meters across, it adds up really fast. (in Photoshop it also has to remember all the history and snapshots that you made), but 192 not really :D

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