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How Much Memory is enough?
These days no matter how much memory your computer has it never seems quite enough. Not long ago, it was unheard of for a personal computer, or PC, to have more than 1 or 2Mbs of memory. Today you need at least 4Mb of memory just to boot up a system; using more than one application at a time requires at least 16Mbs; and maximum performance today calls for 32-64Mbs or more.
For some the memory equation is simple: more is good; less is bad.
The right amount of memory varies according to the type of work you do and the type of software applications you are using. Today's word processing and spreadsheet work requires as little as 12 Mb. However, systems equipped with 32Mb have become the low-end assumption by software and operating system developers. Systems used for graphic arts, publishing, and multimedia call for at least 64Mb of memory and it's common for such systems to have 128Mb or more.
Perhaps you already know what it's like to work on a system that doesn't have quite enough memory. Things run a little slowly at times, memory errors can occur more frequently, and sometimes you can't launch an application or a file without first closing or quitting another. On a system with sufficient memory, you can do multiple tasks at once -such as printing one document while working on another, and you can keep multiple applications open simultaneously.
The following pages contain information regarding Kingston and Viking memory modules. You will find basic product and company information however there is no pricing - simply because of the vast database of products available. If you are interested in pricing up your memory upgrade requirements, please use the MEMORY QUOTATION REQUEST FORM and you will be contacted as soon as possible.
- Details taken from Kingston's and Viking's websites. -