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My1 gb ram didn't make any change even in games in my pc even those games which used to run at a particular speed earlier before the added ram are running just like thet speed even after adding 1gb more ram! what is the problem

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Ok, let's explain this. RAM does not necessarily make your pc faster.
Your pc can be faster if you upgrade your CPU or graphic card(only graphic application will make you notice the increased speed in graphics).
RAM can be a bottleneck for application that need a lot of memory like photoshop when working on multiple very high resolution images or 3D cad when working on large assemblies, or VMWare.
Vista manages the RAM in such a way that you might notice a slight performance increase and less disk usage during standard desktop activities, but XP doesn't.
if you don't use very many applcations at a time and/or you don't use memory consuming applications, the added RAM is not used at all and your computer won't be any faster than it used to be.
Video memory is basically the same. you will notice a difference in performance from a large video memory(512MB-1GB-2GB) only if you game at high resolution like 1080p or higher, usually supported only by large monitors like 20" or larger.

Posted on Feb 19, 2009

  • Aenim4 Feb 23, 2009

    I explained you the problem, why are you rating me so bad? it's like if a doctor tells his patient what's the matter and the patient fires him because he is ill...it really doesn't make a point...
    You did not ask if you were going to have a faster pc installing more RAM, and I certainly did not lie to you advising you to buy a lot of RAM. Computing is no magic, it's just physics...
    Thanks a lot...

  • Aenim4 Mar 03, 2009

    thanks for re-rating me...I appreciate that.


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It depends somewhat on your OS and what you want to do. I'd try 4 Gb first. Bear in mind that added ram doesn't actually speed the computer as such, only a faster CPU does that, but it will allow more windows to be kept open, and cut down on data swapping to virual memory on the hard drive.
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RAM plays a vital in overall system performance. 1GB RAM is enough for general everyday work however, gaming demands more memory as well as processing speed, graphics card performance, internet speed etc.
From the above details, it is clear that RAM is one of the factors on which the overall performance of a PC depends. Increasing RAM may NOT give significant/ notable difference, but it would surely result in some improvement. HP NC6230 has Centrino processor ( with Windows XP Operating Probably) and if you add more RAM, it means more memory would be available for the Operating System as well as applications/ online games.

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Slow PC does not mean it has problem only with motherboard. Speed of the PC also depend on the following factors :
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  2. RAM
  3. Virtual memory
  4. Operatin system
  5. Video graphics card
To fix the problem you should first check which type of processor is used in you PC. Is it pentium4, Dual core, Core 2 duo or core 2 quad ? Core 2 quad is much faster if used with 4 GB RAM. RAM is also the cause to slow the PC. If you are using less RAM automatically your PC will be slow. So use RAM higher i.e 2 GB or more.
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If you are using operating system like Vista then computer may be slow. Instead use XP professional, Windows 7.
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http://oca.microsoft.com/en/windiag.asp
Run this program from Microsoft to test your current memory for errors.
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