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So I recently upgraded my system from 2 gigs, to 4 of 3200 DDR RAM (two dual-sticks). After hastling to find two different manufacturers of RAM to play nice together, I finally got my system to see all 4 gigs.
After doing this, I decided to do a system check, where it rates your systems components and gives it a score.
Almost every category was sitting at 5.9. Graphics Card, Processor, etc etc.
My Memory (RAM) shows 4.3
What the hell is that about? How is it possible with 4 gigs of RAM and the bare necessities running in the background, that my memory is still hurting?