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    Previews - Kingston launches HyperX 12GB DDR3 memory pack

    For users who engaging in extreme multitasking, the company says.
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    Re: Previews - Kingston launches HyperX 12GB DDR3 memory pack

    Damn, to think I could be twice as extreme as I am now. In fact, that makes me nothing short of ordinary.

    I am ashamed
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    Re: Previews - Kingston launches HyperX 12GB DDR3 memory pack

    Haha that must sting like a bitch dude

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    Re: Previews - Kingston launches HyperX 12GB DDR3 memory pack

    I thought my 8GB DDR3 on my x48 was silly, saying that I got them at £20.99 per 2GB and its crucial 1333mhz stuff.

    Still six of them would be a lot cheaper than this kit, is the extra bandwidth actually used?

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    Re: Previews - Kingston launches HyperX 12GB DDR3 memory pack

    I'm surprised bigger ram is not more common. It seems like PCs everywhere are still held back by the fact that most can only make use of 3gb due to being on a 32 bit OS. I've had about 2gb in my PC for several years now. I think I got 1.5gb ram in late 2004, up to 2gb early 2005 and just 3gb now in nearly 2010. Doesn't feel like much progress.

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    Re: Previews - Kingston launches HyperX 12GB DDR3 memory pack

    2Gb in 2005 was a beast of an amount though. I remember 512Mb was the norm back in 2003/04 and it was creeping up to 1Gb in 2004/05. 2Gb was a lot of ram back then!

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    Re: Previews - Kingston launches HyperX 12GB DDR3 memory pack

    Quote Originally Posted by Ciber View Post
    I'm surprised bigger ram is not more common. It seems like PCs everywhere are still held back by the fact that most can only make use of 3gb due to being on a 32 bit OS. I've had about 2gb in my PC for several years now. I think I got 1.5gb ram in late 2004, up to 2gb early 2005 and just 3gb now in nearly 2010. Doesn't feel like much progress.
    Agreed. Of course, it doesn't help that the RAM IC vendors are holding back supply to drive prices up.
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