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Vic2016|Post time:3-9-2017 02:42:22 View:575|Reply:7

Could anybody explain me why the HI10 has 4GB RAM but the Intel X3 Z3850 supports only 2GB RAM. How does it work?

Also, can the HI10 run Adobe lightroom 6? Does it run it without delays and crashes?
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avaritia| Post time 1-4-2017 14:53:30 | Show all posts
Intel says Z8300/Z8350 only supports up to 2GB, but turns out it can supports more than that. You can see RAM usage and it handles 4GB of ram smoothly. About Lightroom6, yes you can run it, but don't expect stellar performance from Z8300/Z8350 chipset.
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TheKkilo| Post time 1-10-2017 08:07:13 | Show all posts
So, the hi10 have 4 or 2GB of RAM ?

In Memtest, how much is tested ?
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suhridkhan| Post time 1-10-2017 09:57:11 | Show all posts
TheKkilo replied at 1-10-2017 08:07
So, the hi10 have 4 or 2GB of RAM ?

In Memtest, how much is tested ?

Ram size is 4GB
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TheKkilo| Post time 1-11-2017 04:44:51 From the mobile phone | Show all posts
So, the CPU can manage entire of memory ? The 4GB. Intel official page says this processor can, at the maximum, 2GB of memory RAM
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Vic2016| Post time 1-15-2017 09:50:02 | Show all posts
S,o if HI10 has 4GB RAM, but the processor supports only 2GB RAM Max, it probably means that HI10 switches between two memory banks at half speed rather than running at full speed, which should hurt the performance of many applications? Does anybody know if it's correct?
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TheKkilo| Post time 2-16-2017 15:44:30 | Show all posts
I doubt that. I google it and i see this processor can use entire 4GB of RAM
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longjohn119| Post time 3-9-2017 02:42:22 | Show all posts
I think the Marketing Boys (AKA corporate propagandists) over at Intel were trying to pull a fast one to try to get manufacturers to go with the z8500 instead of the z8300 .... The original 2 Gb limitation was because the Atoms were previously 32 bit .... Frankly I wouldn't be the least bit surprised if you could get the z8300 to take 8 Gb ram because I'm betting the memory controllers are exactly the same in both devices ....

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