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    more DIMM Slots and/or Mem Expansion Card

    Hello all,

    How many of you think 3 DIMM Slots is a bit too little for today standard? I'm trying to get mobo manufacturers incorporating more memory slots, so if you think it is important then please voice your desire. If the response to this demand is high, maybe Hardware Central will represent us and send in the request for the future board design.

    An alternative solution is having a memory expansion card. Amiga used to have it, and it is a great flexible solution. I am not sure if there is one for us right now, but you know there is one, please send me a pointer to <sir_xdaemon@yahoo.com>. Thank you all.

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    Post this in the General section where you'll have better response.

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    when you can get dimm memory chips of upto 266 Mb why you need more slots 256 times 3 is
    768 MB. Do you think its not enough?

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    Originally posted by montu:
    768 MB. Do you think its not enough? [/B]
    Most of the time it is enough. But I need up to a 1 or 1.5 gb of ram to run database.


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