It’s not correct. I’ve seen Vista32 (pre SP1) do 3.4, 3.5 gb on some 32bit mobos. You can see a screenshot of Vista reporting 3454MB at the codinghorror link I gave earlier. And I have Linux systems ‘seeing’ only 3.3GB in a 4GB system. Different chipset/BIOS will reserve different amounts of RAM, explaining why you got 3.12 but Atwood got 3.452.
It's not uncommon for PCs today to be outfitted with several gigabytes of RAM. A quick scan of an online retailer's desktop computer listings yields several budget models with at least 4GB of system memory and even midrange systems with up to 16GB of RAM.
|Montare il movimento centrale, se quello già in uso non è compatibile con la pedivella GB System.|
|Inserire pedivella con corona e serrare con chiave brugola numero 8 e ripettere la stessa operazione per la pedivella sinistra.|
|Inoltre, la pedivella GB System può essere montata su una spinning bike per proseguire con gli allenamenti anche nei spazi chiusi|
The offers 128-bit pixel precision, 1080p full HD resolution, supports Dolby Digital 5.1, DTS 5.1, as well as Linear PCM 7.1. Furthermore the highly sensitive Six axis motion sensing technology included in PS3 160GB system’s Dualshock 3 wireless controller will let you enjoy realistic rumble whenever hit, crash or explosion in the game occuring.
announced the availability of a new PS3 system with a 250GB hard drive hitting store shelves on November 3. The PS3 250GB system has the same slim look, feel and features as the 120GB system, but with a 250GB built-in hard drive for $349.99. With the new, larger capacity, you’ll have even more room to store your favorite games, movies/TV shows, music, photos and PlayStation Network downloads.