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Windows 7: Windows 7 & OVERHEATING

22 Jul 2009   #21


Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by teemufrosen View Post
But I have 2GB RAM, and I'm thinking of putting in an extra 2 since my RAM usage is on 60% idle
Yes, add more RAM. BUT, your RAM usage on idle will remain high. This is a good thing - see SuperFetch. That RAM is instantly freed if a program needs it. But yes, more RAM = good.

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