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Puckdropper
Considering it's about a megabyte in size
Sat Apr 7, 2018 2:36am
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That's a significant part of the available memory on your box... Even if you max it out, it's still like 32 MB.

Technically the 32-bit chipset could handle up to 4 GB, but it was rare to have a motherboard that could handle anywhere close to that.

  • One more 486 Web Browsing Comment.Erik_, Wed Mar 28 2:58pm
    The ad on the top of this forum took FOREVER to load on my 486. Images already load slow but jeeze.
    • Considering it's about a megabyte in size ☻ Puckdropper, Sat Apr 7 2:36am
      • I would actually like to upgrade it higher but need to I guess figure out the RAM type I need. It's been so long since I've even tinkered with the hardware on it, I've forgotten so much. I remember... more
        • IIRC, 72-pin SIMMs were the standardPuckdropper, Thu May 24 7:41am
          and they were pretty standard. It wasn't until PC100 that things got messy. Some boards wouldn't use a double-sided SIMM, I think that was happening with both 30 and 72-pin SIMMs. Yours might be one... more
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